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Michael Plante

Principal Research Economist
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Curriculum vitae

Michael Plante Michael Plante joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in July 2010.

His academic research interests include macroeconomics, oil markets and the connections between energy prices and the macroeconomy. Recent research has focused on topics such as the economic impact of the U.S. shale oil boom, structural changes in oil price differentials and macroeconomic uncertainty. He has also been the project manager of the Dallas Fed Energy Survey since its inception in 2016.

He received his PhD in economics from Indiana University in August 2009. Before coming to the Dallas Fed, Plante was an assistant professor at Ball State University for a year.

Working Papers
Dallas Fed Publications