Jacob Dice is a Software Engineer in the Research Facilitation group at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. He holds a M.S. in Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a B.A. in Economics and Physics from William Jewell College. As a research facilitator, Jacob partners with economists to accelerate policy and research code to efficiently scale across the Bank’s high performance computing (HPC) environment.
- "Housing Market Impairment From Future Sea-Level Rise Inundation," with David Rodziewicz, Christopher J. Amante, and Eugene Wahl, Environment Systems and Decisions, Volume 42, February 2022, pp. 637-656. External Linkhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s10669-022-09842-6
- "The U.S. Syndicated Loan Market: Matching Data," with Gregory J. Cohen, Melanie Friedrichs, Kamran Gupta, William Hayes, Isabel Kitschelt, Seung Jung Lee, W. Blake Marsh, Nathan Mislang, Maya Shaton, Martin Sicilian, and Chris Webster, The Journal of Financial Research, Volume 44, Issue 4, September 2021, pp. 695-723. https://doi.org/10.1111/jfir.12261
Economic Review Articles
- Drought Risk to the Agriculture Sector
with David Rodziewicz, Vol. 106, no. 2
- External LinkDid Local Factors Contribute to the Decline in Bank Branches?
with Rajdeep Sengupta, Third Quarter 2019
Research Working Papers
- Drought and Cattle: Implications for Ranchers
with David Rodziewicz and Cortney Cowley, RWP 23-06
- External LinkUnderstanding the Recent Rise in Municipal Bond Yields
with Huixin Bi, W. Blake Marsh and Chaitri Gulati, May 2020