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. Recently, I have moved into a formal leadership role within the department, supervising new RAs and working on the development of RAs.
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.