Ben Schneider brings academic and applied analytical experience to his work at IQS Research. He has particular expertise in multivariate data analysis, microeconometrics, and secondary research methods. He uses a combination of accessible and technical writing to clearly and engagingly convey analytical insights.
Prior to IQS Research, Ben worked as a Research Assistant for Amherst College’s Department of Economics, producing original, applied research in development economics. At IQS, he draws on his previous research in areas such as healthcare spending, higher education policy, and program evaluation at the National Priorities Project- a nonprofit, federal budget research organization- and at the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia. He holds a B.A. in Economics from Amherst College, where he concentrated in applied microeconomics and mathematical statistics. Ben has high-working proficiency in Hebrew and limited proficiency in Modern Standard Arabic.
Outside of work, Ben takes every opportunity to kayak or row and enjoys short stories, cooking, and learning foreign languages.