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Ivan Kozlov

Ivan Kozlov is a research associate at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Kozlov graduated from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities with a bachelor's degree in economics. His research interests include development economics, economic history, money and banking, and game theory.

As a second-year associate, Kozlov collaborates with economists at the Richmond Fed. He has worked with Huberto Ennis and Alex Wolman to study the distribution of bank reserves and assists John O'Trakoun with his policy support and weekly compilation of high-frequency economic data. Kozlov is also working with Kartik Athreya and Urvi Neelakantan on a project to study black self-employment.