Three Economists Join the Research Division
June 2, 2020 — The St. Louis Fed's Research Division is ranked in the top 1% of all economics research departments worldwide, thanks to the scholarly work of our economists. This spring, three economists joined the Division.
"We are very excited to have Amanda, Hannah, and Victoria join us!" said Christopher J. Waller, Executive Vice President and Director of Research. "They bring a great set of research interests and skills to our group and will help us continue climbing up the world research rankings."
Victoria Gregory and Hannah Rubinton received their PhDs in 2020 from New York University and Princeton University, respectively. Gregory's research focuses on macroeconomics, labor economics, and econometrics. Rubinton's areas of focus include economic geography, macroeconomics, and trade. Senior economist Amanda Michaud received her PhD from the University of Minnesota in 2012 and has previously worked at the Federal Reserve Banks of Cleveland and Minneapolis. Michaud focuses on macroeconomics and on labor and health economics.
Recent additions to the economist staff can always be found on our economists page. Research by our economists can be found in our working paper series, our publications, the St. Louis Fed's On the Economy blog, and on individual economists' pages.