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Linda Goldberg is a Vice President of Financial Intermediation at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and a Research Associate of the NBER. Prior to joining the Federal Reserve in 1995, Linda was a professor of economics at New York University and a visiting professor at the University of Pennsylvania. She has worked or consulted for numerous international agencies, including the IMF, the World Bank, and the OECD. Linda has served as an Associate Editor of the Economic Policy Review, a journal of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and is the Book Review Editor of the Journal of International Economics. Linda's main research interests are in international macroeconomics, on exchange rates and real economic activity, on the international role of the dollar, and international banking. Her research explores the effects of the exchange rate fluctuations on prices, domestic and foreign investment activity, and on labor market outcomes. Another line of frontier research work focuses on issues in international banking, including the exposure of U.S. banks to foreign markets and the implications for emerging markets of financial openness through participation of foreign-owned versus domestically-owned banks. Linda has PhD in Economics from Princeton University (awarded in 1988) and a B.A. in mathematics and Economics, from Queens College, City University of New York with Honors, where she graduated with the honors of Phi Betta Kappa and SUmma Cum Laude. She is a native of New York City and a graduate of the Bronx High School of Science.
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