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Pauline Sow

Pauline Sow is a research associate at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Sow graduated from University of Maryland with bachelor's degrees in economics, government and politics, and dance. Her research interests include public economics, microeconomics, crime economics, and labor economics.

As a second-year associate, Sow collaborates with economists at the Richmond Fed. She has worked with Santiago Pinto to research the effect of Freddie Gray's murder on crime in Baltimore and with John Bailey Jones to study end-of-life medical expenses.