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Center for Global Economy and Business

The Center promotes faculty research focusing on global aspects of modern economies and business. It also encourages faculty development in various areas of special interest to the University and the global economy, while serving Stern and the University through outreach to the broader community. This includes the academic, business, and policy worlds, as well as students and alumni.

The Center currently supports four research groups comprising Central Banks (Kim Schoenholtz and Paul Wachtel); Commerce, Regulation and Trade (Mike Waugh); Economic Fluctuations, Growth and Development (Laura Veldkamp) and Global Finance (Philip Schnabl); along with a faculty development initiative on China (led by Jennifer Carpenter).

MARCH 2017: CGEB PUBLISHES NEW BOOK ON FINANCIAL REGULATION (CLICK HERE).

JANUARY 2018: RICHARD BERNER IS THE CENTER'S FIRST EXECUTIVE-IN-RESIDENCE AS WELL AS ADJUNCT PROFESSOR IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS.

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Professor Kim Schoenholtz is Director of the Center for Global Economy and Business and the Henry Kaufman Professor of the History of Financial Institutions and Markets in the Economics Department, teaching courses on money, banking and financial markets, and on macroeconomics.
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