Ryan Nunn is an assistant vice president for applied research in Community Development at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Previously, he was a fellow in Economics Studies at the Brookings Institution and policy director for The Hamilton Project. Prior to that role, he was an economist in the Office of Economic Policy at the U.S. Department of the Treasury. He has conducted work on a variety of topics ranging from occupational licensing and unemployment insurance to labor market trends and geographic disparities. He received his doctorate in Public Policy and Economics from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Papers June 21, 2016
Occupational Licensing and American Workers
Posts June 17, 2016
Who is Poor in the United States?
Posts June 2, 2016
Where Does All the Money Go: Shifts in Household Spending Over the Past 30 Years
Economic Facts May 17, 2016
Nine Facts about the Great Recession and Tools for Fighting the Next Downturn
Posts May 6, 2016
Leveling the playing field for workers by reforming non-competes
Policy Books June 13, 2014
Policies to Address Poverty in America, Introduction & eBook Download
Policy Proposals July 1, 2007