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Hee Sung Kim

Senior Research Associate
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

is a senior research associate at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

Publications & Resources

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  • Why Is Inflation So Low?

    First Quarter 2018 | Regional Economist

    Low inflation persists in the U.S. and other countries. The sharing economy, aging population and monetary policy are among the possible reasons.

  • Financial Conditions: Do the Ups and Downs Affect the Rest of the Economy?

    First Quarter 2017 | Regional Economist

    Do changes in the conditions of financial markets lead to changes in real economic activity? This question can be answered by analyzing the ups and downs in sales and investments of firms with different needs of external financing. The evidence suggests the causal effect is small.