Richard Deitz

Richard Deitz

Economic Research Advisor
Urban and Regional Studies
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
50 Fountain Plaza, Suite 1400
Buffalo, NY 14202


Fields of interest
Regional economics, Urban economics, Labor Economics

Richard Deitz is an economic research advisor in Urban and Regional Studies within the Household and Public Policy Research Division. He provides economic analysis of upstate New York for the Federal Reserve System, and often consults with state and local governments on regional economic issues.Prior to joining the Federal Reserve, Mr. Deitz served as a professor of economics for several upstate New York colleges and universities, including Canisius College, the University of Buffalo, the Rochester Institute of Technology, Saint Lawrence University, and Binghamton University. Mr. Deitz serves on the Board of Economic Advisors for the New York State Division of the Budget and the New York State Assembly Ways and Means Committee. He also resides on the Board of Directors for the New York State Economics Association, where he served as president, and is past president of the Regional New York Center for Financial Training.Mr. Deitz created the Empire State Manufacturing Survey, and has published a number of works on issues facing the upstate New York economy, as well as a number of academic papers in the field of regional economics. Mr. Deitz has a Ph.D. in Economics from Binghamton University.

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