Women in Economics: Isabel Schnabel
Women in Economics
by St. Louis Fed
3M ago
“In order to be a good teacher, you need to speak the language of the person who is in front of you,” says Isabel Schnabel, a member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank (ECB). She discusses her work at the ECB, along with her teaching career and the difference it makes when there are two women in the room, as opposed to only one. Schnabel talks with Maria Hasenstab of the External Engagement and Corporate Communications Division at the St. Louis Fed ..read more
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Women in Economics: Heidi Hartmann
Women in Economics
by St. Louis Fed
5M ago
“Economics does provide a very powerful tool for changing public policy,” says Heidi Hartmann, founder of the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, who currently serves as a distinguished economist and resident at the Program on Gender Analysis in Economics at American University ..read more
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Women in Economics: Stephanie Aaronson
Women in Economics
by St. Louis Fed
10M ago
“We need to make sure that a broad array of perspectives are heard and especially at an institution like in the Federal Reserve System where we're working on policy questions that have such a broad impact, but also a lot of fiscal policy questions,” says Stephanie Aaronson, senior associate director of the Division of Research and Statistics at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors ..read more
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Women in Economics: Daryl Fairweather
Women in Economics
by St. Louis Fed
1y ago
“Being active on social media and sharing all the research that we do is one way that I can increase my impact,” says Daryl Fairweather, chief economist at Redfin. Fairweather discusses her work at the real estate brokerage company and why she thinks more women should consider studying economics ..read more
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Women in Economics: Michelle Bowman
Women in Economics
by St. Louis Fed
1y ago
“I think I have community banking in my blood,” said Michelle Bowman, member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Prior to her appointment to the Board, she served as the state bank commissioner of Kansas and vice president of Farmers & Drovers Bank in Kansas ..read more
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Women in Economics: Janice Eberly, Shelly Lundberg and Christina Romer
Women in Economics
by St. Louis Fed
1y ago
“We've all experienced the: ‘I'm the only woman in this room’ …  and it's a difficult situation,” said Shelly Lundberg, professor of economics at the University of California - Santa Barbara. Lundberg joins Janice Eberly, professor of finance at Northwestern University, and Christina Romer, professor of economics at the University of California - Berkeley, as they discuss their leadership roles serving for the American Economic Association ..read more
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Women in Economics: Anna Paulson
Women in Economics
by St. Louis Fed
1y ago
“The scale at which you can impact public policy at the Fed is really both inspiring and exciting, and it's a big responsibility, too,” says Anna Paulson, executive vice president, director of research and executive committee member at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. She talks with Andrea Caceres-Santamaria, senior economic education specialist at the St. Louis Fed ..read more
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Women in Economics: Claudia Goldin
Women in Economics
by St. Louis Fed
1y ago
“I like to be enabling, but have all students follow their own passions,” says Claudia Goldin, the Henry Lee Professor of Economics at Harvard University and co-director of the Gender in the Economy Study Group at the National Bureau of Economic Research ..read more
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Women in Economics: Sharon Donnery
Women in Economics
by St. Louis Fed
2y ago
“We're here to serve the public, and I think it's really important that in doing that we represent the society that we serve, all different dimensions of society,” says Sharon Donnery, the first woman appointed deputy governor of the Central Bank of Ireland ..read more
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Women in Economics: Hannah Rubinton
Women in Economics
by St. Louis Fed
2y ago
“I actually decided to study economics before I even got to undergrad,” says Hannah Rubinton, economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. She talks with Laura Girresch, manager of media relations, about her research on business dynamism and what it was like to have children during her Ph.D. studies at Princeton University ..read more
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