Kristen Dziczek

Kristin Dziczek

Policy Advisor
Regional Analysis and Engagement

Kristin Dziczek is a policy advisor in the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s research, policy, and public engagement division. Her research focuses on the economic impacts of the transition to low-carbon and automated transportation.

Dziczek served as the senior vice president of research at the non-profit Center for Automotive Research (CAR) from 2005-2022. Before that, she was the associate director of the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center and worked for the U.S. Congress, International Union UAW, and General Motors Corporation.

Dziczek received her B.A., M.P.P., and M.S. all from the University of Michigan.

Chicago Fed Insights
Chicago Fed Letter
Kristin Dziczek | 2022 | No. 473 | October Download
Economic Perspectives
Emma LaGuardia, Kristin Dziczek, Rick Mattoon | 2023 | No. 2 | August Download

Peterson Institute for International Economics

Why US allies are upset over electric vehicle subsidies in the Inflation Reduction Act
Excerpt | Recording 167

December 2, 2022


Wall Street Journal

Auto Workers Had a Great Year. But Can It Continue?

December 15, 2023

Chapters in Books

University of Toronto Press

"NAFTA vs. USMCA Content Rules Comparison with Evidence from Automakers' Investment Strategies", The North American Auto Industry since NAFTA

August 2024

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