Sabrina K. Young is a research agricultural economist in the Diet, Safety, and Health Economics Branch in the Food Economics Division. Her work focuses on food assistance, food security, diet, and health.
PhD, Economics, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2020 MA, Philosophy, University of Bristol, 2011 BA, Philosophy & Government, California State University – Sacramento, 2009
Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management American Society of Health Economists American Economic Association
Singleton, C.R., S.K. Young, N. Kessee, S.E. Springfield, and B. Sen. 2020. “Examining Disparities in Diet Quality between SNAP Participants and Non-Participants Using Oaxaca-Blinder Decomposition Analysis,” Preventive Medicine Reports (101134).
Hanneke, R., and S.K. Young. 2017. “Information sources for obesity prevention policy research: A review of systematic reviews,” Systematic Reviews 6(1):156.
Piekarz-Porter, E., R.M. Schermbeck, J. Leider, S.K. Young, and J.F. Chriqui. 2017. “Working on Wellness: How Aligned are District Wellness Policies with the Soon-To-Be Implemented Federal Wellness Policy Requirements?” Chicago, IL: National Wellness Policy Study, Institute for Health Research and Policy.
Piekarz, E., R. Schermbeck, S.K. Young, J. Leider, M. Ziemann, J.F. Chriqui. 2016. “School District wellness policies: Evaluating progress and potential for improving children’s health eight years after the federal mandate. School years 2006-07 through 2013-14,” Volume 4. Chicago, IL: Bridging the Gap Program and the National Wellness Policy Study, Institute for Health Research and Policy, University of Illinois at Chicago.
Chriqui, J.F., S.K. Young, A. Eyler, S. Moreland-Russell, and R.C. Brownson, Public Health Policy Analysis and Evaluation, Prevention, Policy, and Public Health (85). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.