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Dr. Steele is an economist who focuses on finance and litigation matters. Her experience includes quantifying commercial damages and analyzing complex financial transactions, with a specialization in work involving financial institutions.

She received her Ph.D. from Brandeis University, where her research focused on the economic effects of regulatory intervention in the banking industry. Prior to graduate school, Dr. Steele gained experience as an investment strategy analyst with a global strategy consultancy.

Publications
Article
Stress Testing and Bank Business Patterns: A Regression Discontinuity Study
November 2020
Published in the Journal of Banking and Finance
News & Events
November 23, 2020
Suzanne Steele Authors Article on Stress Testing and Bank Business Patterns in the Journal of Banking and Finance

Brattle Associate Suzanne Steele has coauthored an article, “Stress Testing and Bank Business Patterns: A Regression Discontinuity Study,” published in the Journal of Banking and Finance.