Andrew Martinez in an Economist in the Office of Macroeconomic Analysis at the U.S. Department of the Treasury. He holds a DPhil in Economics from the University of Oxford. His research interests include time series econometrics, forecasting, and applied international macroeconomics.
The historical role of energy in UK inflation and productivity with implications for price inflation
11 Jan 24
A globally consistent local-scale assessment of future tropical cyclone risk
05 May 22
Improving normalized hurricane damages
08 Jun 20
Weinkle and colleagues use an economy-wide price deflator to produce normalized damage estimates tha...
Forecast Accuracy Matters for Hurricane Damage
14 May 20
I analyze damage from hurricane strikes on the United States since 1955. Using machine learning meth...
The paradox of stagnant real wages yet rising ‘living standards’ in the UK
21 Jan 20
Real wages and productivity in the UK have stagnated since 2007, whereas employment has risen consid...
How quickly can we adapt to change? An assessment of hurricane damage mitigation efforts using forecast uncertainty
01 Aug 17