I joined the economic research group at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in 2022 after studying economics at Carleton College and finance at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School. I currently assist External LinkPadma Sharma and External LinkBlake Marsh as they research the macroeconomic implications of developments in financial markets. To better scrutinize future financial stability, I am interested in how and why financial intermediaries and their ancillary markets have made decisions under different circumstances. This wonderful opportunity has improved the breadth and depth of my programming and econometric knowledge through frequent interaction with field experts. Most notably, I have been empowered by the genuine consideration and care that Blake and Padma have devoted towards my graduate school preparation.
Economic Review Articles
- Marsh, W. Blake, and Brendan Laliberte. 2023. "External LinkThe Implications of Unrealized Losses for Banks." Vol. 108, no. 2.