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Aubrey George

Aubrey George is a research associate at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. George received her bachelor's degree in economics through the Joint Degree Programme at the College of William and Mary and the University of St. Andrews. Her research interests include the intersection of law and economics, economics and crime, econometrics, and labor markets.

As a second-year associate, George collaborates with economists at the Richmond Fed. She has assisted Thomas Lubik and Paul Ho on a project comparing time series methods for generating impulse responses and helped them forecast key macroeconomic variables in advance of the FOMC SEP meetings. She has also worked with Claudia Macaluso to study heterogenous job ladders and with John O'Trakoun to inform the Bank's monetary policy.