Salomé Baslandze is a research economist and assistant adviser on the macroeconomics and monetary policy team in the research department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and a research affiliate at Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR). Her major fields of study are innovation, firm dynamics, growth, and entrepreneurship.
Prior to joining the Bank in 2019, Dr. Baslandze was an assistant professor of economics at the Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance in Rome, Italy. Dr. Baslandze obtained her doctorate degree in economics in 2015 from the University of Pennsylvania. She received her master's degree in economics in 2009 from ISET, Georgia, and her bachelor's degree in mathematics in 2007 from the Tbilisi State University, Georgia.
Salome Baslandze, Camelia Minoiu, Veronika Penciakova, and Jonathan L. Willis. "Do Credit Supply Shocks Constrain Employment Growth of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises?." Policy Hub (2023-5).
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M. Melinda Pitts, John Robertson, and Salomé Baslandze. "Labor Supply, Wages, and Inequality Conference: Day 2 Overview" Policy Hub: Macroblog. December 1, 2022.
Salome Baslandze, Simon Fuchs, Indrajit Mitra, and Veronika Penciakova. "The Atlanta Fed's Early Career Visitor Program Workshop: A Synopsis," Policy Hub: Macroblog. October 20, 2022.
Salomé Baslandze. ""Some Firms Are Just Born Different": A Discussion of Firms and Innovation." Economy Matters podcast. March 30, 2023.
"Taxation and the International Mobility of Inventors" (with Ufuk Akcigit and Stefanie Stantcheva). American Economic Review, 2016, 106 (10): 2930–2981.