Raphael Schoenle is an Associate Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics at Brandeis University and the Brandeis International Business School. He recently served as the Deputy Director at the Center for Inflation Research at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. He holds a Ph.D. and Master’s degree in Economics from Princeton University, and a Master’s degree in Statistics from Harvard University where he also obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Economics. Prof. Schoenle’s research spans behavioral economics and household finance, climate change, firms’ pricing behavior, macro- and monetary economics and international macroeconomics. Professor Schoenle is a recipient of the 2012 Young Economist Award from the Austrian Economic Association, and his work has been funded by the National Science Foundation. He has been a research associate at the Federal Reserve Banks of Cleveland, New York, Philadelphia, St. Louis, and a PER visiting fellow at Columbia University. He is a research associate at the Globalization and Monetary Policy Institute at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and a visiting researcher at the Bureau of Labor Statistics. He most recently published “Is Increased Price Flexibility Stabilizing? Redux” in the Journal of Monetary Economics, and he has a forthcoming paper in the Journal of Finance. He has also published in the American Economic Review, the Review of International Economics and the Journal of International Economics.