BEA employs approximately 40 Ph.D. economists and statisticians who engage in cutting-edge research in challenging measurement areas such as non-market production, valuation and depreciation of intangible assets and other assets, housing, health care, financial services, distribution of income, globalization, digitization, and prices. Research is used to keep BEA's economic statistics up-to-date, innovate how the U.S. economy is measured, and provide a path to the creation of new statistics.

BEA's researchers produce numerous working papers and articles in peer-reviewed journals over a diverse range of topics and present their findings at professional meetings, conferences, and statistical forums around the world. BEA also encourages research staff to engage in independent research related to BEA statistics, including publication of their work in professional and academic journals.

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Photo of Baoline Chen.
Research Economist
Baoline Chen
National/Industry Economic Accounts
Photo of Jeff Chen
Chief Innovation Officer
Jeffrey Chen
Office of the Chief Innovation Officer

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Photo of Abe C. Dunn.
Assistant Chief Economist
Abe C. Dunn
Office of the Chief Economist

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Senior Economist
Jiemin Guo
National/Industry Economic Accounts

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Photo of Tina Highfill.
Research Economist
Tina Highfill
National/Industry Economic Accounts
Photo of Kyle K. Hood
Economist
Kyle K. Hood
National/Industry Economic Accounts
Photo of Ryan Howley.
Economist
Ryan Howley
International Economic Accounts

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Research Economist
Wendy C.Y. Li
National/Industry Economic Accounts

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Photo of Jon D. Samuels.
Research Economist
Jon D. Samuels
National/Industry Economic Accounts
Photo of Brian Sliker.
Economist
Brian Sliker
National/Industry Economic Accounts

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Y