- Economic Development Tax Incentives
- The Pew Charitable Trusts
Jeff Chapman is research manager for 50-state research projects at Pew, developing and conducting new research to identify effective options for addressing economic challenges and building long-term economic vitality in the states.
As a lead researcher on state economic policy, Chapman also oversees a portfolio of work designed to provide states with the critical data they need to improve their economies and build a sustainable fiscal future.
Chapman came to Pew in 2010 from the Washington State Budget & Policy Center, where he conducted critical analyses to evaluate and guide development of state fiscal policy. He also advised Washington Governor Christine Gregoire as a member of her Council of Economic Advisors. Previously, as an economist with the Economic Policy Institute, Chapman provided technical assistance to state-based think tanks and performed research that has been featured in print and broadcast media as well as peer-reviewed publications including the Monthly Labor Review.
Chapman earned a master’s degree in public policy from the Harvard Kennedy School.