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.
Posts April 16, 2020
What Is Work Sharing and How Can It Help the Labor Market?
Webinar April 1, 2020
Unemployment Insurance during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Reducing the Impact of this Economic Downturn
Posts March 26, 2020
How Long Can We Expect Temporary Layoffs to Remain Temporary?
Posts March 12, 2020
How to Bolster UI in Response to COVID-19
Economic Facts March 10, 2020
A Dozen Facts about the Economics of the U.S. Health-Care System
Posts February 26, 2020
Examining the Black-White Wealth Gap
Posts February 6, 2020
Labor Market Data Suggests Household Income Growth was Strong in 2019
Commentary February 4, 2020
Non-compete Contracts: Potential Justifications and the Relevant Evidence
Policy Books January 28, 2020