Nathan Goldschlag is a Principal Economist at the Center for Economic Studies within the U.S. Census Bureau. His research has used Census Bureau microdata to generate new insights about businesses and the economy. His research covers a range of topics including business dynamism, entrepreneurship, innovation, knowledge diffusion, and technological change. His recent research focuses on the characteristics and employment dynamics of U.S. inventors. In addition, he has developed public-use statistics such as the Census Bureau’s Business Dynamics Statistics, technology use measures from the Annual Business Survey, and robotics use in the Annual Manufacturing Survey. He also created restricted-use datasets available to approved researchers such as the Longitudinal Business Database along with data linking U.S. patent assignees and inventors to firms and individuals in Census Bureau microdata. Dr. Goldschlag holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Central Florida, along with an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Economics from George Mason University.