Lisa M. Lynch
Is provost and Maurice B. Hexter professor of social and economic policy at Brandeis University. She is also a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Economic Advisory Panel and a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research and at IZA Germany. Dr. Lynch has researched the impact of technological change and organizational innovation on productivity and wages, the determinants of youth unemployment, and the school-to-work transition, and has published extensively on the impact of technological change and organizational innovation on productivity and wages, the determinants of youth unemployment, and the school-to-work transition. Dr. Lynch has an A.B. from Wellesley College, and an M.Sc. and Ph.D. in economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Raven S. Molloy
Is assistant director of the Division of Research and Statistics at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, where she oversees work related to residential and commercial mortgage credit conditions, real estate prices, and housing markets. Her primary fields of research are housing, and urban and labor economics, and she has written on topics including housing supply regulation, housing affordability and valuation, mortgage credit availability, migration, foreclosure, vacancy, and executive compensation. Dr. Molloy serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Housing Economics, Journal of Urban Economics, and Regional Science and Urban Economics. She is a committee member of the women in real estate network of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association, and a fellow of the Weimer School of Advanced Studies in Real Estate and Land Economics of the Homer Hoyt Institute. She has a B.A. degree in economics and Asian studies from the University of Virginia, and a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University.
Brent R. Moulton
Is senior economist in the Statistics Department of the International Monetary Fund. He has spent 32 years working in federal economic statistics, serving as associate director for national economic accounts at the Bureau of Economic Analysis and as chief of price and index number research at the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Dr. Moulton received the Julius Shiskin Award for leadership in implementing major innovations into the U.S. national accounts. Previously, he served as a member of the international advisory expert group on national accounts, which worked on the development of the updated international standards in System of National Accounts 2008. He is the author of numerous articles on economic measurement including essential research on lower-level substitution bias in the consumer price index that led to the adoption by BLS of the geometric mean formula. Dr. Moulton has a B.A. degree in economics from Brigham Young University, and a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.
Marshall B. Reinsdorf
Is senior economist at the International Monetary Fund, working in areas of statistical methodology, and president of the International Association for Research in Income and Wealth. Dr. Reinsdorf was previously chief of the national accounts research group at the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, a financial economist at the FDIC, and a research economist at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. He is an expert in macroeconomic statistics, including national accounts, prices, and productivity. He is an author of more than 40 articles on economics and statistics and an editor of two books on economic measurement. Dr. Reinsdorf has a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Is senior economist and founding partner at MacroPolicy Perspectives, LLC, specializing in the areas of monetary policy and inflation. Ms. Rosner-Warburton began her career in the financial services industry, working as an economist for Barclays Capital, and in a policy analysis group in the Markets Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Her work on inflation spans a range of economic and market environments and benefits from a blend of macro and micro perspectives. In the past, she has contributed to the development and design of the New York Fed’s Survey of Primary Dealers. She has a B.A. degree in economics from Columbia University.
Louise M. Sheiner
Is Robert S. Kerr senior fellow and policy director at the Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC. Prior to this, she was senior economist at the board of governors of the Federal Reserve System. Dr. Sheiner’s expertise covers a range of disciplines, including public finance, health economics, fiscal policy, public economics, and welfare. She has written widely on subjects such as health care spending, macroeconomic implications of aging, household spending, and Medicare. Her recent publications include Should America Save for Its Old Age? Fiscal Policy, Population Aging, and National Saving; Generational Aspects of Medicare; and Demographics and Medical Care Spending: Standard and Non-Standard Effects. She has an A.B. in biology, an M.A. degree in economics, and a Ph.D. in economics, all from Harvard University.
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