Susannah Scanlan

Department of Economics, Columbia University

I am a 6th year Economics PhD student at Columbia University. My fields are macroeconomics and econometrics. I study the empirical implications of people's information choices, as well as factor-based imputation methods for macroeconomic data.


I received a BA in Economics from Princeton University in 2014 and subsequently worked at the Council of Economic Advisers and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. I was a competitive fencer for about 10 years and won a bronze medal at the 2012 Olympic Games in team women's epee.