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Noah Johnson
Research Analyst
Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population

Noah Johnson is a research analyst in the Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population at the Urban Institute. He specializes in quantitative research methods, and his work focuses on financial well-being, equitable wealth building, and food security. Before coming to Urban, Johnson conducted research on the relationship between art and politics as a Rice Wagoner fellow in Copenhagen, Denmark. Johnson holds a BA in sociology and physics from Rice University, where he studied the impacts of incarceration on wealth building and homeownership.

Research Areas
Wealth and financial well-being
Economic mobility and inequality
Financial Well-Being Data Hub