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Doireann Fitzgerald Senior Research Economist

Minneapolis, Minnesota USA

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Doireann Fitzgerald joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis as a senior economist in 2013. She has also been an assistant professor at Stanford University and the University of California–Santa Cruz. Doireann received her B.A. and M.A. in economics from University College Dublin and her Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University. She has been a visiting assistant professor at Harvard (2005–6) and a Fellow in the International Economics Section at Princeton University (2010–11). Her work has appeared in the Journal of International Economics, the Journal of Monetary Economics, and the American Economic Review. Her main area of interest is international economics.

Exporters and Shocks
2018 | Journal of International Economics, 113: 154-171 | With Stefanie Haller
Previously: Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Staff Report 549

Comment on: “After the tide: Commodity Currencies and Global Trade” by Robert Ready, Nikolai Roussanov and Colin Ward
2017 | Journal of Monetary Economics, 85: 87-89

Pricing-to-Market: Evidence From Plant-Level Prices
2014 | Review of Economic Studies, 81(2): 761-786 | With Stefanie Haller

Trade Costs, Asset Market Frictions, and Risk Sharing
2012 | American Economic Review, 102(6): 2700-2733
Data set

Can Trade Costs Explain why Exchange Rate Volatility does not Feed into Consumer Prices?
2008 | Journal of Monetary Economics, 55(3): 606-628
Data and programs

Specialization, Factor Accumulation and Development
2004 | Journal of International Economics, 64(2): 277-302 | With Juan Carlos Hallak
Previously: NBER Working Paper No. 10638