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Rosemary Coskrey

Rosemary Coskrey is a research associate at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Coskrey is a graduate of Furman University with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and economics. Her research interests include inequality of opportunity, social mobility, environmental economics, labor market dynamics and economic policy.

As a second-year associate, Coskrey has collaborated with several economists at the Richmond Fed. She has supported Toan Phan on various research projects pertaining to environmental economics, including how sea level rise and climate change beliefs impact housing prices and default risk. In addition, she has worked with Claudia Macaluso to examine differences in employment transitions based on welfare eligibility and with Macaluso and Chen Yeh on research involving the decline in business dynamism.