- Workforce development policy and programs
- Training and reemployment
- Economic mobility
- Human Services
- Economic Development, Job Creation, and Entrepreneurship
Andrew Krantz is a research analyst in Mathematica’s Human Services division, specializing in labor and employment research. His expertise centers on improving social safety net programs to alleviate poverty and increase economic mobility. Krantz, who joined Mathematica in 2021, previously worked in local government as a Medicaid eligibility specialist for the Lucas County Department of Job & Family Services in Ohio. As a research assistant at Poverty Solutions at the University of Michigan, Krantz conducted literature reviews and research projects on social policy, including research on addressing barriers to employment for people living with disabilities in the Detroit metropolitan area, and community outreach for the development of a child care cost-sharing initiative in rural Michigan. He also conducted independent research on unemployment insurance reform, authoring a brief on reforming unemployment insurance to include independent contractors and gig workers. Krantz holds an M.P.P from the University of Michigan with a concentration in social policy.