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Lindsay Li

Lindsay Li is a research associate at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Li earned her bachelor's degree in economics from Princeton University. Her research interests include development economics, environmental economics, and public policy.

As a second-year associate, Li collaborates with economists at the Richmond Fed. She has supported Nicholas Trachter on projects related to sectoral development and mergers and acquisitions and Santiago Pinto in his research on how instances of police brutality affect crime and 911-call rates.