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College Fed Challenge semifinalists James Bryan '16, Michael Akselrad '16, Angelika Wieliki '15, Conor Fox '15 and Brian Cameron '15.
Monetary Policy Class Competes in College Fed Challenge

Students in ECON446, Monetary Policy, advanced to the semifinals of the College Fed Challenge after competing at the New York Federal Reserve on Oct. 31. The class is taught by Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics Ann Owen.  More ...

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The Guardian Quotes Owen on Banking and the Fed

In an Oct. 29 article in The Guardian titled “The Fed has quietly ended its stimulus. Now the hard work really begins,” Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics, discussed how banks had benefited from the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing program and how banks would continue to benefit from the Fed’s decision to end that program.  More ...

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Owen's Remarks Featured on APM's Marketplace

“What the end of Quantitative Easing will and won’t mean,” the opening segment of American Public Media’s Oct. 28 Marketplace broadcast, began with Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics, defining quantitative easing (QE). She went on to explain that while ending QE may sound like a giant leap, it's actually a relatively small step because the Federal Reserve now has a balance sheet worth over $4 trillion.  More ...

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Owen Interviewed by APM's Marketplace

In an American Public Media Marketplace broadcast on June 17 titled “Why the Fed sees inflation differently than you,” Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics, discussed possible Federal Reserve’s interest rate decisions and how they might relate to inflation rates. This was the seventh time that Owen has been interviewed by Marketplace in the last year.  More ...

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APM's Marketplace Features Owen

In an American Public Media Marketplace broadcast titled “Why the Federal Reserve is vague about interest rates,” Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics, explained the value of being able to predict the Federal Reserve’s interest rate decisions. Her comments were included in the March 19 Marketplace Morning Report in advance of the  conclusion of the Fed's Open Market Committee two-day policy meeting Wednesday afternoon.  More ...

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National Public Radio Quotes Owen

Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics, was quoted in a National Public Radio article titled “Workers May Be Missing, or Maybe Just Retiring” that appeared on hundreds of public radio websites across the country on Jan 22. The article, by NPR’s national economics correspondent Marilyn Geewax, analyzed the possible reasons for the nation’s declining unemployment rate.  More ...

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Marketplace Interviews Owen on Quantitative Easing

Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics, was interviewed for an American Public Media Marketplace broadcast on Tuesday, Dec. 17. The segment, “Three Risks You Didn’t Know about the Fed,” focused on some lesser-known risks of the Federal Reserve tapering off its bond purchases known as quantitative easing (QE).  More ...

Betsy Jensen, Ann Owen and Judit Temesvary
Economics Faculty Attend Workshop

Three economics faculty members participated in the Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession (CSWEP) national mentoring (CeMENT) workshop held Nov. 21-22 in Tampa, Fla.  More ...

Owen Discusses Inflation on Marketplace

Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics, was interviewed for an American Public Media Marketplace feature on inflation, broadcast on Tuesday, Oct. 29.  More ...

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Owen Explains Why the Fed Matters on Marketplace

Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics,  was interviewed for the second time this week on American Public Media’s  Marketplace program. In a segment broadcast on Friday, Sept. 20, titled “Why the Federal Reserve's decisions matter to you,”   Owen discussed how decisions made by the Federal Reserve affect our financial lives in many ways.  More ...

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