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Mark Schweitzer

Mark E. Schweitzer

Economist Emeritus
Areas of Expertise labor economics, regional economic growth, wage adjustments and inflation
Department Research
  • AB,
  • Economics,
  • University of Chicago,
  • 1986
  • MA,
  • Economics,
  • University of California, Los Angeles,
  • 1990
  • PhD,
  • Economics,
  • University of California, Los Angeles,
  • 1992

Mark Schweitzer is an economist emeritus of the Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. Before his retirement, he was responsible for making economic presentations to the Bank and branch boards of directors, business advisory councils, and internal and external groups, along with undertaking other projects that focus on special topics. Dr. Schweitzer’s own research has focused on the macroeconomic impact of labor market developments and the identification of factors contributing to regional economic growth.

Dr. Schweitzer joined the Bank in 1992 as an economist. From 2000 to 2002, he took leave to serve as a senior economist at the Bank of England. After returning to the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, he was promoted to assistant vice president and director of the Regional Economic Issues Program in 2004. He left Cleveland in 2007 to serve as vice president and branch executive of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s Denver Branch. In 2008, he returned to the Cleveland Reserve Bank to serve as its research director, and from 2015 to 2017 he oversaw the external outreach and regional analytics unit.

An economics graduate of the University of Chicago, Dr. Schweitzer holds both an MA and a PhD in economics from the University of California, Los Angeles. A native of Seattle, Washington, Dr. Schweitzer lives in Shaker Heights, Ohio. He is married and has two daughters and a son.