Brent Bundick is a Senior Research and Policy Advisor in the Economic Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. He rejoined the Department in 2014 after completing his Ph.D in Economics from Boston College. Prior to graduate school, Brent worked in the Department as a Research Associate and Assistant Economist. He also holds a M.S. in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Missouri – Kansas City and a B.A. in Economics and Mathematics from the College of William and Mary. Brent's research interests are macroeconomics, monetary policy, and computational economics.

Professional Journals and Books

  • "Did the Federal Reserve Break the Phillips Curve? Theory and Evidence of Anchoring Inflation Expectations,” with A. Lee Smith. The Review of Economics and Statistics, Forthcoming.
  • “The Term Structure of Monetary Policy Uncertainty” with Trenton Herriford and A. Lee Smith, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Volume 160, March 2024, 104803.
  • "The Dynamic Effects of Forward Guidance Shocks" with A. Lee Smith, The Review of Economics and Statistics, 2020, 102(5): 946-965.  
  • Book Review of "Structural Foundations of Monetary Policy" edited by Michael D. Bordo, John H. Cochrane, and Amit Seru, Journal of Economic Literature, 2019, 57(1): 182-183.
  • "Uncertainty Shocks in a Model of Effective Demand: Reply" with Susanto Basu, Econometrica, Volume 86, Number 4, May 2018, Pages 1527-1531.
  • "Uncertainty Shocks in a Model of Effective Demand" with Susanto Basu, Econometrica, Volume 85, Number 3, May 2017, Pages 937-958.

Economic Review Articles

Research Working Papers

Economic Bulletin