Samuel Hammond is the Poverty and Welfare Policy Analyst at the Niskanen Center. Samuel graduated from St. Mary’s University with a BA in economics and from Carleton University with an MA in economics. He is currently a second year MA fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. His research interests include the political economics of the welfare state, aviation regulation, and social capital theory.
A Proposal to Reform Welfare and Rebuild American Community
Local communities have a better understanding of their communities’ needs than far off centralized government anti-poverty directives.Learn More...