David Rodziewicz is a senior commodity specialist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. His research focuses on energy economics, natural resource economics, and commodity finance. Rodziewicz is responsible for briefing the Kansas City Fed’s president – a member of the Federal Open Market Committee – on energy and commodity related issues. Prior to joining the Economic Research Department at the Bank in 2017, Rodziewicz was as an officer in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Commissioned Officer Corps, where he served as a deck watch officer in Alaska and database manager in Boulder. Earlier in his career, he worked in the financial services industry as a stock analyst, covering real estate investment trusts (REITs). Rodziewicz earned his M.S. in Mineral and Energy Economics from Colorado School of Mines in 2016 and earned a B.S. in Finance and Economics from University of Illinois in 2008.
Economic Review Articles
- "Corporate Leverage and Investment"
with W. Blake Marsh and Karna Chelluri, Volume 105, No. 1
- "Capital Reallocation and Capital Investment"
with Nicholas Sly, Second Quarter 2019
- "Energy Investment Variability within the Macroeconomy"
Third Quarter 2018
- "Do Adverse Oil Price Shocks Change Loan Contract Terms for Energy Firms?"
with Rajdeep Sengupta and W. Blake Marsh, Fourth Quarter 2017
Research Working Papers
- "Housing Market Value Impairment from Future Sea-level Rise Inundation"
with Christopher J. Amante, Jacob Dice, and Eugene Wahl, RWP 20-05
Economic Bulletin (formerly "The Macro Bulletin")
- "Safe-Haven Performance in the Age of Bitcoin"
with Jesse Leigh Maniff, Sabrina Minhas, and Becca Ruiz, April 15, 2020
- "Drilling Productivity in the United States: What Lies Beneath"
with Jason P. Brown and Colton Tousey, May 22, 2019