Rawley Heimer |
Rawley Heimer is a research economist in the Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. His research focuses on household and behavioral finance with an application to social networks and online media. His work has been presented at several top universities and conferences including the American Finance Association Annual Meetings.
He completed his PhD in international economics and finance at Brandeis University and BA in economics from the University of Rochester. He has also been a lecturer at Brandeis University and held research positions at the Bureau of Labor Statistics and Montana State University. In a former life, Rawley was an accomplished guitarist.
To view his research in progress and publications, please visit his website.