Since 1974, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco has conducted an active Pacific Basin program to promote cooperation among central banks in the region and enhance public understanding of major Pacific Basin economic policy issues. The Bank has sponsored international conferences and published books and articles on Pacific Basin issues. The Bank’s Center for Pacific Basin Monetary and Economic Studies, established in 1990, opened the program to the participation of other institutions and individuals who wish to join in promoting greater understanding of major Pacific Basin monetary and economic policy issues.
Reuven Glick, Group Vice President
Mark Spiegel, Director
Sokha Um, Executive Staff Assistant
Visiting Scholar Program
Visiting Scholars are invited to conduct research at the Center on Pacific Basin monetary, financial, and economic policy issues of interest to the United States and other economies in the region. To qualify, a Visiting Scholar must have an established research record in terms of publications in professional economic journals, and the ability to interact in English with other researchers.
For more information, please contact Sokha Um
Joshua Aizenman, UC Santa Cruz
Paul Bergin, UC Davis
Fabio Ghironi, University of Washington
Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas, UC Berkeley
Kenneth Kletzer, UC Santa Cruz
Andres Rodriguez, UC Berkeley
Andrew Rose, UC Berkeley
Email: Sokha Um
Telex: 4979495 FRBUI