Jessica Min


Hi there! I’m from Melbourne, Australia. As an undergraduate at Harvard, I studied Economics and co-ran the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter. Prior to joining Princeton, I worked as a behavioral economist for the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, focusing on promoting household financial wellbeing. Currently, I am a Ph.D. student in the Economics Department. My research interests lie at the intersection of inequality, financial crises, and public policy. I love spending time outdoors, from surfing to hiking. Around campus, you can find me playing on the tennis courts, running along the Canal, or reading with a cup of coffee. I look forward to meeting you all, and building a vibrant and warm community together at Rocky. See you around!