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Ann Owen
Owen Quoted by MarketWatch

Levitt Center Director and Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics Ann Owen was interviewed for a Dec. 11 MarketWatch article titled “Fed to take a rest -Meeting expected to be uneventful with few changes to statement.” Quoted in the article, Owen discussed the intense and unanticipated opposition generated by the Fed’s announced asset purchase plan as well as the Fed’s commitment to it.  More ...

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Owen Interviewed on NPR's All Things Considered

Immediately after Federal Reserve policymakers announced a plan to pump more money into the economy with a policy known as "quantitative easing," Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics and director of the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center, spoke with a National Public Radio (NPR) reporter about possible outcomes. The interview was part of a segment broadcast on NPR’s All Things Considered program  on Nov. 3 titled “Fed To Buy $600 Billion In Treasury Bonds.”  More ...

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Owen Interviewed on Marketplace

Professor of Economics Ann Owen, along with the chief fixed income strategist at Morgan Stanley, was interviewed on American Public Media’s Marketplace about the decisions the Federal Reserve might make on interest rates and the possible effects these decisions might have on inflation rates. The syndicated program was broadcast across the nation on public radio stations on Oct. 15.  More ...

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Reuters Quotes Owen on Political Pressure and Fed
Possible negative effects of political encroachment into monetary affairs was the focus of a Reuters article titled “Bernanke tussle deals new blow to Fed autonomy” in which Professor of Economics Ann Owen was quoted. "What you don't want is the FOMC [Federal Open Market Committee] thinking about political repercussions of monetary policy." More ...
(L-R) Paul Englehardt, Garvin Sean Kiernan, Adam Vorchheimer, Andrew Rogan and Fallon Chipidza
Monetary Policy Class Competes in Fed Challenge
A team formed of students in the monetary policy class taught by Professor of Economics Ann Owen competed in the Federal Reserve Challenge in New York City on Nov. 5. The Federal Reserve Challenge is a national competition sponsored by the Federal Reserve and the Eastern Economic Association. More ...
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Owen Quoted on American Public Media's Marketplace
Professor of Economics Ann Owen was interviewed by American Public Media Marketplace reporter Jeremy Hobson about Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s Nov. 16 speech. Owen, a former Federal Reserve Board of Governors economist, said that the chairman's words are part of the Fed's strategy to deal with inflation. More ...
Monetary policy class in front of the Federal Reserve
Monetary Policy Class Attends Federal Reserve Seminar
On Oct. 2, students in Professor of Economics Ann Owen's monetary policy class visited New York City to attend a seminar presented by New York Federal Reserve economists. The students attended sessions on the current economic situation, the labor market and the financial crisis. The seminar served as an orientation to a national competition, the Fed Challenge, sponsored by the Federal Reserve and the Eastern Economic Association. More ...
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Owen quoted by Reuters, Dow Jones Newswire and Kiplinger's
Professor of Economics Ann Owen was quoted in a July 9 article about possible effects of the federal government's infusion of cash into the economy. In “Worried About Inflation?,” an article that will appear in the August issue of Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine, Owen responded to questions about declining wealth - the result of falling home prices and the stock-market crash. More ...
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Owen Quoted by Reuters on Future Federal Reserve Positions
Associate Professor of Economics Ann Owen discussed key competencies that candidates for future Federal Reserve positions should have in a Reuters article titled "New faces at Fed, ECB will need new skills" published on Monday, June 8. More ...
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