Samuel Kissinger, Economist

Mr. Kissinger is an Economist at RCF, where he carries out econometric analysis in support of domestic demand forecasting.  He produces price elasticities to predict quarterly volumes and revenues and adjusts forecast models when changes in the relevant industry occur. He researches nationwide trends, and their underlying causes, in consumer and business habits impacting the usage of certain products.  He has also used government economic data to highlight relevant industry trends and has generated economic impact reports supporting investor EB-5 visa applications.

Prior to RCF, Mr. Kissinger was an Economist at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics where he estimated and analyzed occupational safety and health statistics by using statistical programs such as SQL, Python, and SAS to clean, organize, and analyze government survey data across large databases. He also participated in writing final reports of estimates to be published for public access.

Mr. Kissinger received a B.S. in Economics from Ohio University. He is also currently completing an M.B.A. at DePaul University, Kellstadt Graduate School of Business.