Sebastian Heise

Research Economist
Labor and Product Market Studies
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10045

Fields of interest
Macroeconomics, International Trade, Firm-to-Firm Relationships, Price Setting and Price Rigidity

Sebastian Heise is a research economist in Labor and Product Market Studies within the Monetary Policy Research Division. His main research focuses on long-term business relationships between firms and how such relationships influence the aggregate economy. Sebastian’s recent work has used transaction-level trade data from the U.S. Census to study how long-term relationships between firms affect price setting and how firm-to-firm relationships evolve over the business cycle. Sebastian also studies misallocation in the labor market. He earned his PhD from Yale University, a Graduate Diploma in mathematics from King’s College London, and an MSc from the University of Oxford. 

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