Hannah To

Position
Economics
Bio/Description

Hannah is a senior in the economics department interested in development and public economics. Specifically, she is interested in research related to resource/environmental economics and income inequality and generational mobility. She has conducted comparative research on the impact of Indigenous versus state-led land management on Amazon Rainforest conservation, as well as the impact of income inequality on air pollution levels. Previously, Hannah worked as a research assistant in the Latin America Studies Program at the Council on Foreign Relations, and as an economic analyst at Cornerstone Research.