Bruce Kasman is the JPMorgan's chief economist and global head of Economic Research. He is responsible for the firm’s worldwide economic and policy views and directs JPMorgan’s flagship Global Data Watch and World Financial Markets publications.
Kasman joined JPMorgan in 1994 and became head of European Economic Research from 1996 to 1999. Prior to JPMorgan, he was senior international economist at Morgan Stanley.
Kasman started his career at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in the International Research Department. He has a PhD in economics from Columbia University.
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