Julianne Dunn is an economic analyst in the Research Department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. As a member of the Regional Analysis and Outreach group, she combines economic data with insight from business leaders to assess regional conditions and inform monetary policy. She also regularly contributes to Bank publications, including Beige Book, District Data Briefs, and Metro Mix. Her primary interests include development economics, international economics, and labor economics.
Ms. Dunn joined the Cleveland Reserve Bank as a research analyst in 2017. She has served as an economic analyst since January 2020, shepherding the group’s pre-Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) briefing process and hiring and onboarding research analysts.
Before joining the Bank, Ms. Dunn worked on economic forecasts as an economist at MarketResearch.com.
She holds a BA in international studies from the Ohio State University and an MA in economics and international relations from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.