Economic Policy Advisor and Senior Economist
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Alexander Chudik joined the Dallas Fed in November 2011. His main research interests lie in the fields of open economy macroeconomics and econometrics. He has worked on a variety of topics, including macroeconomic modeling with a global perspective, transmission of shocks in high-dimensional systems, cross-section dependence, aggregation, global imbalances and exchange rate determination. Alexander was previously employed at the European Central Bank, at the International Monetary Fund and at the ING Bank. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Cambridge.