Daniel Semelsberger is a research associate with the R Street Institute, where he researches a range of financial, economic and constitutional issues, notably financial sector structure, central banking, financial crises, regulatory reform and political norms.
Daniel joined R Street in January 2016, having previously worked as a teaching assistant in econometrics and intermediate statistics at Kenyon College, in addition to helping co-author an introductory economics textbook with Higher Rock Education.
He graduated with distinction from Kenyon in 2015, where he majored in economics, political science, and philosophy. His thesis in the humanities, which focused on theories of meaning in the long 19th century, won its departmental prize. He also spent two terms studying philosophy, politics, and economics (PPE) at the University of Oxford.
Daniel is fluent in the statistical software Stata and R, in addition to being conversant in SAS and Minitab. He currently is building his proficiency in German.
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