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PREDOC invites you to meet with top researchers in the quantitative social sciences. On April 26 at 2:00 pm CST via Zoom, you'll have the opportunity to talk with Thomas Klier, Senior Economist and Economic Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Drop by to ask him questions about his research in regional economic development at the Fed, how he developed his career as a researcher, best practices for networking, etc.! You can find more details related to his expertise below.

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Researcher bio: "Klier’s research focuses on the effects of changes in manufacturing technology, the spatial distribution of economic activity, and regional economic development. Since joining the Chicago Fed in 1992, Klier has written widely on the evolving geography of the auto industry. His current research includes the changing structure of the auto industry and the responsiveness of the demand for new vehicles to the price of gasoline."