I joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City after graduating from Northeastern University with a BS in economics and political science and a minor in mathematics. At the Kansas City Fed, I have the honor of assisting External LinkHuixin Bi and External LinkKarlye Stedman in their research and policy work, focusing on fiscal policy, international dimensions of monetary policy, and unconventional monetary policies. My projects include evaluating fiscal relief during the COVID-19 pandemic and assessing the impact of unconventional monetary policies. I also serve as a liaison to the Bank’s Employee Diversity Committee for the Economic Research department. Through my roles at the Bank, I am developing research skills and interests in a collaborative and high-impact environment that prepare me to contribute to the advancement of the economics profession.
Economic Review Articles
- Dilts Stedman, Karlye, and Chaitri Gulati. 2023. "External LinkFOMC Communication Spillovers: Is There a “Call-Out” Effect?" Vol. 108, no. 1
- Smith, A. Lee, Chaitri Gulati. 2022. "External LinkThe Evolving Role of the Fed’s Balance Sheet: Effects and Challenges." Vol. 107, no. 4
- Bi, Huixin, and Chaitri Gulati. 2021. “External LinkFiscal Relief during the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Third Quarter 2021
- Bi, Huixin, Chaitri Gulati, and José Mustre-del-Río. 2022. "External LinkA Slowdown in Job Vacancies Is Likely to Coincide with Higher Unemployment and Slower Wage Growth"
- Dilts Stedman, Karlye, and Chaitri Gulati. 2021. “External LinkWhen Normalizing Monetary Policy, the Order of Operations Matters.” October 2021
- Bi, Huixin, Jacob Dice, Chaitri Gulati, and W. Blake Marsh. 2020. “External LinkUnderstanding the Recent Rise in Municipal Bond Yields”