Abigail Dahlman, research analyst at the Peterson Institute for International Economics since September 2021, is a 2022–23 Eranda Rothschild Foundation Junior Fellow.* She works with Senior Fellow Mary E. Lovely on issues related to international development. Before joining the Institute, Dahlman worked as a research assistant for the University of Denver's Corporations and Human Rights Database (CHRD) project. She also spent time as a summer analyst for Goldman Sachs and Santa Fe Capital Group.
Dahlman earned her bachelor's degree in mathematics and economics from the University of Denver, with minors in Chinese and physics.
*The Peterson Institute is grateful to the Eranda Rothschild Foundation for their support in establishing a junior fellowship program at the Institute that is designed to give men and women who are at an early stage of their careers the opportunity to work in an intellectually challenging, highly collaborative, and policy relevant environment, alongside some of the world’s leading economists. The Eranda Rothschild Foundation Junior Fellowship is awarded annually to outstanding young economists who have demonstrated exceptional talents in and enthusiasm for the study of economic policy.