Samuel E. Ross

Math & Econ @ Haverford College  •  Research Intern @ Federal Reserve Board



I am a research intern at the Federal Reserve Board studying mathematics and economics at Haverford College. I am also a research assistant for Professor Kenneth S. Rogoff at Harvard University. My principal interests are macroeconomics, finance, and industrial organization. After college, I plan to pursue a Ph.D. in economics and a career as an academic.

My research experience includes coauthoring a conference paper involving Covid reopening policies; analyzing large datasets using SQL, Stata, and R; and writing tools like web scrapers and machine learning algorithms in Python. I also recently wrote a book review for Central Banking magazine with Professor Carola Binder at Haverford College.

At Haverford, I lead the Economics Research Club and the Problem Solving Group (math club) and play for the varsity cricket team. I enjoy fly fishing and crosswords in my free time.