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Prof. Ed Nosal​ from Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta: SHADOWBANK RUNS

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Seminar Topic: "SHADOWBANK RUNS"

Speaker: Prof. Ed Nosal, Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

Time: 10:10-11:05AM on 7/27/2021

Platform: ZOOM


About the speaker:

Ed Nosal is a vice president and senior economist on the micro/macroeconomics research team in the Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Dr. Nosal's research concentrates on fundamental issues related to money, banking, and payments. His work has been published in journals such as the Journal of Economic Theory, the Journal of Monetary Economics, the Journal of Finance, and the Review of Economic Studies.


Before joining the Atlanta Fed in 2017, Dr. Nosal was a vice president and senior research adviser in the Economic Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Before his work with the Chicago Fed, he was a vice president in the Economic Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and before that a professor of economics at the University of Waterloo, Canada. Dr. Nosal has also held a number of research positions at academic institutions throughout the world.


Dr. Nosal earned a bachelor's degree from Queen's University in Ontario, Canada; a master's degree from McMaster University in Ontario, Canada; and a PhD in economics from Queen's University.


How to join us:

For SWUFE faculty members and students, please send an email to liuchenyu@swufe.edu.cn to obtain the ZOOM meeting ID. For individuals who are from outside of SWUFE, please send an email to liuchenyu@swufe.edu.cn and attach with your CV or resume. Meeting ID will be sent out when it is ready.


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