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Conner Mulloy

Conner Mulloy is a research associate at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Mulloy graduated from Virginia Tech with bachelor's degrees in applied computational mathematics, computational modeling and data analysis, and economics. His research interests include housing and urban economics, development economics, labor economics and macroeconomics.

As a second-year associate, Mulloy collaborates with economists at the Richmond Fed. He has worked with Santiago Pinto and Bruno Sultanum to examine the municipal bond market and with Pierre-Daniel Sarte to research long-term forecasting of the sectoral composition of the U.S. economy. Mulloy has also assisted in the Bank's policy process by helping with board of directors presentations.