International Macroeconomics, International Banking and Finance, International Roles of the Dollar
Linda Goldberg is a Financial Research Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, following previous roles including Senior Vice President, head of Global Economic Analysis, and head of the International Research function. Linda's main areas of expertise are global banking, international capital flows, and the international roles of currencies. Linda leads various inter-disciplinary teams, represents the Federal Reserve Bank of New York at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Committee on the Global Financial System, and is Executive Sponsor of the WoMEN’s Network at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Linda co-chairs the International Banking Research Network, is a BIS Technical Advisor, a CEPR Distinguished Fellow, and an NBER Research Associate, and leads the Americas chapter of the Central Banking Economic Research Association. An active researcher, Linda also has held a range of journal roles, including as co-editor of the International Journal of Central Banking, on editorial boards of the Journal of Financial Intermediation and Journal of Financial Services Research, and editor of special issues for multiple journals. Linda is active in the Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni, including serving as President and Vice President. Linda previously engaged with the World Economic Forum, including as chair and vice chair of the Council on Global Economic Imbalances. Linda has a PhD in Economics from Princeton University, and a B.A. in Mathematics and Economics from Queens College CUNY, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude.
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