David Rodziewicz is a senior economics specialist at the Denver Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. His research focuses on energy economics, natural resource economics, climate change, and regional economics. His outreach efforts focus on the Rocky Mountain West region (Colorado, Wyoming, and northern New Mexico). Rodziewicz is also responsible for briefing the Kansas City Fed’s president – a member of the Federal Open Market Committee – on regional economic conditions as well as energy related issues.
Prior to joining the Economic Research Department at the Bank in 2017, Rodziewicz was as an officer in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Commissioned Officer Corps, where he served as a deck watch officer in Alaska and database manager in Boulder. Earlier in his career, he worked in the financial services industry as a stock analyst, covering real estate investment trusts (REITs). Rodziewicz holds a master’s degree in Mineral and Energy Economics from Colorado School of Mines and a bachelor’s degree in Finance and Economics from University of Illinois.
- PDFEnergy Economic Outlook (10/16/2020)
- PDFEnergy Economic Outlook (10/15/2020)
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- Rodziewicz, D., Amante, C.J., Dice, J. et al. Housing market impairment from future sea-level rise inundation. Environ Syst Decis 42, 637–656 (2022). External Linkhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s10669-022-09842-6
- “Distributed Ledger Technology, Carbon Accounting, and Emissions Trading”. Cocco, Alessandro, Jesse Leigh Maniff, David Rodziewicz, and Michael Warner. 2022. Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Chicago Fed Letter, no. 474, November. External Linkhttps://doi.org/10.21033/cfl-2022-474