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Research Economist

Rachel Soloveichik

Education

Ph.D.
University of Chicago
Economics
2007
M.B.A.
University of Chicago
Economics
2007
B.A.
University of Chicago
Math and Statistics
2000
IMF Statistical Forum, Washington DC
2019
Including Illegal Activity in the U.S. National Accounts
NBER Conference 'Macroeconomic Perspectives on the Value of Health', Cambridge MA
2019
Society of Economic Measurement, Frankfurt
2019
Including Illegal Activity in the U.S. National Accounts
OECD Expert Workshop on Data and Data Flows, London
2018
IARIW Conference, Copenhagen
2018
How E-Commerce Improves the Brick and Mortar Shopping Experience: Explaining the Post-2002 Slowdown "Free" Internet Content: Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and the Sources of Economic Growth
NBER Conference 'Economics of IT and Digitization', Cambridge MA
2018
How E-Commerce Improves the Brick and Mortar Shopping Experience: Explaining the Post-2002 Slowdown
World KLEMS Conference, Cambridge MA
2018
Allied Social Sciences Association, Philadelphia
2018
IMF Statistical Forum, Washington DC
2017
Measuring the ‘Free’ Digital Economy within the GDP and Productivity Accounts
Society for Economic Measurement Conference, Cambridge MA
2017
Bartering for ‘Free’ Information: Implications for Measured GDP and Productivity
NIESR Seminar, London
2017
Interview: Challenges Posed by Free Digital Products to the Measurement of the Economy
IARIW-Bank of Korea Conference, Seoul
2017
Bartering for ‘Free’ Information: Implications for Measured GDP and Productivity
Allied Social Sciences Association, Chicago
2017
IARIW Conference, Dresden
2016
Society for Economic Measurement Conference, Thessaloniki
2016
Allied Social Sciences Association, San Francisco
2016
Agriculture and Applied Economics Association, San Francisco
2015
Society for Economic Measurement Conference, Paris
2015
NBER Conference 'Economics of IT and Digitization', Cambridge MA
2015
IARIW Conference, Rotterdam
2014
Member of Working Group on Health and Social Conditions
Inter Secretariat Working Group on National Accounts
2019
Gold Medal Award
Department of Commerce
2018
Steve Landefeld Award for Innovation
Bureau of Economic Analysis
2017
Bronze Medal Award
Bureau of Economic Analysis
2016
Bronze Medal Award
Bureau of Economic Analysis
2013