I joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City after receiving my BS degree in mathematics from the University of Kansas. Since joining the Kansas City Fed, I have had the honor to work with External LinkJason Brown and External LinkFrancisco Scott in their research. Currently, I am working on projects looking at the changes in trends in migration among urban areas in the United States as well as projects on transitions occurring in the energy sector. Being an RA provides a great opportunity to develop research skills and interests both on the job and through the benefit of tuition reimbursement. The position is great for those who want to explore their research interests as there are opportunities to be involved in a variety of projects.
Economic Review Articles
- Brown, Jason, and Colton Tousey. 2023. "External LinkThe Shifting Expectations for Work from Home." Vol. 108, no. 2.
- Brown, Jason, Colton Tousey. 2021. "External LinkHow the Pandemic Influenced Trends in Domestic Migration across U.S. Urban Areas." Fourth Quarter 2021.
- Brown, Jason, and Colton Tousey. 2020. “External LinkPopulation Turnover and the Growth of Urban Areas.” First Quarter 2020.
Research Working Papers
- Brown, Jason, and Colton Tousey. 2020. “External LinkDeath of Coal and Breath of Life: The Effect of Power Plant Closure on Local Air Quality.” RWP 20-15.
- Brown, Jason, and Colton Tousey. 2019. “External LinkRising Market Concentration and the Decline of Food Price Shock Pass-Through to Core Inflation.” RWP 19-02.
- Brown, Jason, and Colton Tousey. 2023. "External LinkWhen the Music Stops: Slowing Wage Growth May Lead to More Delinquent Debt."
- Brown, Jason, David Rodziewicz, and Colton Tousey. 2019. “External LinkDrilling Productivity in the United States: What Lies Beneath.”
- Brown, Jason, and Colton Tousey. 2018. “External LinkAuto Loan Delinquency Rates Are Rising, but Mostly among Subprime Borrowers.”
Tousey, Colton. 2019. “External LinkFederal Reserve District County Shapefiles.” TB 19-01.