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Richard Meese, an economist and expert on foreign currency exchange rates, has given $1 million to the University of Wisconsin-Madison to establish a professorship in applied econometrics."The university laid the foundation for my work success," says Meese, who manages research and strategy on global currency products for Barclays Global Investors and a former economics professor at the University of California, Berkeley. "I had an endowed professorship at UC Berkeley that supported my research, so I know how important these funds are," he adds, noting that he wants the professorship to be adaptable.
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› Richard Meese
Dick manages research and strategy on global currency products at Barclays Global Investors (BGI) and he is a member of the Advanced Strategies and Research Group headquartered in
. Prior to joining BGI in 1998, Dick was a chaired professor of economic analysis and policy at the Haas School of Business at the
, Dick was a staff economist at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve in
has published extensively in academic and practitioner journals.
Dick received his BS in mathematics from the
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Dollar, markets dive on Greenspan warning / Trade gap and deficit hurting U.S., he says
Richard Meese (pronounced Macy), a managing director at San Francisco's Barclays Global Investors, one of the world's largest money managers, said Greenspan and other Fed officials had been warning for months now that the nation -- as well as consumers -- was borrowing too much and saving too little.
saying is that the nation's balance sheet is out of whack, and the family balance sheet is out of whack," Meese
said it was unusual for Fed officials to make remarks that might affect the value of the dollar, which is traditionally the Treasury secretary's bailiwick.
"There's just no plan on the table," Meese