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Zach Edwards

Zach Edwards is a research associate at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Edwards is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with bachelor's degrees in economics and mathematics. His research interests include macroeconomics, monetary policy, game theory and financial economics.

As a second-year associate, Edwards has collaborated with several economists at the Richmond Fed. He has assisted Alexander Wolman with research examining the effect of preemptive monetary policy in addition to studying the relationship between relative prices and inflation. He has also worked with Andreas Hornstein, exploring the impact of the maturity distribution of government debt and updating the Non-Employment Index. He also engages in policy work that includes tracking macroeconomic data to inform monetary policy.