Areas of expertise
Environmental economics • Poverty and inequality • Gender and development • Latin America
Sarah Gammage, a research associate with the Economic Policy Institute, works primarily with the Global Policy Network. Her research includes examining the effects of macroeconomic policy and globalization on women in Latin America; exploring the impact of migration, internal displacement, and refugee status on the intergenerational transmission of poverty; and analyzing the implications of trade agreements for gender and social policy in developing countries. Over the last 10 years, she has worked with a number of development organizations including the United Nations Development Programme, the International Center for Research on Women, Women’s EDGE, and the International Institute for Environment and Development. She is the board chair of the Ecumenical Program in Central America and serves on the Latin American Committee of the American Friends Service Committee.
Ph.D., Institute of Social Studies (2003)
M.S., London School of Economics and Political Science (1991)
B.S., London School of Economics and Political Science (1988)