Comment on "Diverging Trends in National and Local Concentration"
Robert E. Hall
Hall attends conferences and meetings at the Federal Reserve Board and regional Federal Reserve Banks, at the European Central Bank, and at the central banks of other countries, including the United Kingdom, Portugal, Chile, and Canada. In some cases, he receives honorariums for his participation. His wife, Susan Woodward, has similar relations with the Federal Reserve System. His daughter is an economist at the US Treasury. His son is chief economist of Uber Technologies, Inc. Hall's research is supported by Stanford's Hoover Institution.