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Emily Emick

Emily Emick is a research associate at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Emick graduated from Lafayette College with a bachelor's degree in economics and music. Her research interests include health economics, human capital, labor economics and economic inequality.

As a second-year associate, Emick has collaborated with several economists at the Richmond Fed. She has used national retail data to help Zhu Wang and Russell Wong analyze how coupon use varies with the business cycle. In addition, she has analyzed the racial earnings gap and created a statistical model of medical spending with John Jones.