Sarah F. Small, PhD

About me 

I am an assistant professor in the department of economics at the University of Utah.

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

I have a passion for teaching a socially-conscious approach to economics. I have taught and developed several economics courses and conduct research on how curricula can be made more inviting to historically underrepresented students.

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


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