In his roles as executive vice president and director of research, Glenn Rudebusch oversees the Economic Research department and assists in the implementation of monetary policy. He helps analyze monetary policy strategy and current and prospective economic and financial developments. He has over 25 years of experience in the Federal Reserve System and is a world renowned expert on macroeconomics, finance, and monetary policy, having published three books and over 50 articles in academic journals and volumes.
Dr. Rudebusch often lectures at central banks and universities around the world on business-cycle dynamics and forecasting, monetary policy strategy, central bank communication policy, and macro-finance interest rate models. He also serves on the Bank’s Executive Committee, its top policymaking body.
Dr. Rudebusch joined the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco in 1994. Previously, he was a senior economist at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. He joined the Board of Governors in 1986 after graduating from Northwestern University (BA) and the University of Pennsylvania (MA and PhD).