Sarah F. Small, PhD

About me 

I am an assistant professor in the department of economics at the University of Utah and the book review editor for Feminist Economics

My current research focuses on a variety of topics including intrahousehold bargaining, care markets, history of economic thought, and feminist methodology and pedagogy.

Outside the office you'll find me knitting in local yarn shops, cross-country skiing in Utah's mountain trails, visiting my family in New England, or pampering my tiny dog.


Check out my interview with the Institute for New Economic Thinking:

Listen to our conversation about Barbie and care work on the BeTheSolution Podcast:

Here's a lecture I gave at my alma mater about why I am a feminist economist:

Watch me chat about diversity in economics with Washington Center for Equitable Growth:

Watch this panel on climate change skiing in Utah I moderated:

Watch our forum on women and work in Utah: