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Biography

Heather Sarsons is an economist with research interests in labor, personnel, and behavioral economics. Much of her work focuses on understanding how norms, stereotypes, and biases influence labor market outcomes and inequality.

Prior to joining Booth, Sarsons was a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Toronto's GATE Institute and the U of T Economics Department.

Sarsons received a PhD in economics from Harvard, and a BA in economics from The University of British Columbia. While pursuing her PhD, she was also a visiting student at the London School of Economics.

Academic Areas

  • Microeconomics

2020 - 2021 Course Schedule

Number Course Title Quarter
33610 Applied Economics Workshop 2021 (Spring)

2021 - 2022 Course Schedule

Number Course Title Quarter
33918 Topics in Labor Economics 2022 (Spring)