Senior Research Economist
Eva Madly is a Research Economist with the L. William Seidman Institute. She received her Master of Arts in Economics from Western Michigan University in 2000. Ms. Madly is experienced in conducting extensive literature reviews and summaries, and in providing research support for scholarly work and report writing. At the Seidman Institute, Eva is involved in economic analysis related to a variety of topics concerning mostly the Arizona economy, including infrastructure and renewable energy. She regularly provides research and analytical assistance with economic impact studies and economic base studies.
Prior to joining the Institute, Ms. Madly worked as a Research Analyst at the W. E. Upjohn Institute in Kalamazoo, Michigan. She participated in research projects concerning the labor market, such as simulating the impacts of certain policies, evaluating the effectiveness of employment services, and examining the adequacy of workers’ compensation benefits.