Elizabeth Hanke

Elizabeth Hanke

Research Fellow, Labor Economics and Policy, Roe Institute

Elizabeth is a Research Fellow for Labor Economics and Policy at The Heritage Foundation.

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Elizabeth Hanke is a Research Rellow at The Heritage Foundation where she focuses on labor economic issues such as immigration and the future of work.

Before joining Heritage in 2020, Hanke worked at Clark University as a teaching and research assistant in the Economics Department.

She earned a Ph.D. in Economics at Clark University, a Master of Arts degree in Economics at Clark University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics at the University of Rhode Island. Hanke grew up in Warwick, Rhode Island and currently resides in Arlington, Virginia.