Allan Hegedus

Research Assistant

Allan Hegedus is a Research Assistant at the Institute for Justice. In his role, he focuses on supporting his teammates, including keeping them up to date on current relevant research, gathering and organizing data, doing data checks, data analysis, and other miscellaneous tasks. 

He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in Economics and a minor in Public Policy. Prior to joining IJ full-time, he interned at the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, as well as at IJ! He received an acknowledgement on IJ’s report “Raising Barriers, Not Quality: Occupational Licensing Fails to Improve Services,” and is looking forward to working on more cutting-edge research.