Industry and Regional Analysis Division
Eleni Sherman is a financial economist in the Industry and Regional Analysis Division for the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).
Before joining the OCC in 2016, Mrs. Sherman had a 13-year tenure at the Bureau of Labor Statistics, where she worked as a labor economist for the Current Population Survey program. Prior to that, she was a commodity analyst for the Consumer Price Index office. Her research and publications have focused on long-term unemployment, labor force status flows, and volunteering in the United States.
Mrs. Sherman holds a MS in applied economics from Johns Hopkins University and a BS in economics with a minor in political science from Northeastern University. She also studied British politics and public policy at the London School of Economics.
Mrs. Sherman’s research interests include commercial credit and regional economic analysis.
- Eleni Theodossiou Sherman and Janie-Lynn Kang, "Continued improvement in U.S. labor market in 2014," Monthly Labor Review, March 2015.
- Karen Kosanovich and Eleni Theodossiou Sherman, "Trends in long-term unemployment," Spotlight on Statistics, Bureau of Labor Statistics, March 2015.
- Randy Ilg and Eleni Theodossiou, "Job search of the unemployed by duration of unemployment," Monthly Labor Review, March 2012, pp. 41-49.
- Eleni Theodossiou, "U.S. labor market shows gradual improvement in 2011," Monthly Labor Review, March 2012, pp. 3-23.
- Eleni Theodossiou and Steven Hipple, "Unemployment remains high in 2010," Monthly Labor Review, March 2011, pp. 3-22.