Dr. Mann joined Citi as Global Chief Economist in February 2018. Her most recent position was Chief Economist at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development where she also worked closely with the G7 and G20. Prior to the OECD, she served in policymaking institutions (at the Federal Reserve Board, Council of Economic Advisors, and World Bank); and engaged in both research and teaching (at the Peterson Institute for International Economics and as the Rosenberg Professor of Global Finance at Brandeis University).
At Citi, she hopes to develop synergies between financial market and real economy research, focusing in particular on productivity, innovation, and inequality; interaction between real and financial globalization; and the relationship between financial markets, crises, and growth.
Dr. Mann received her PhD in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and her undergraduate degree is from Harvard University. Her written work includes more than 85 scholarly articles and seven books primarily on the topics of US external imbalances, trade, international capital flows and the dollar; and information technology and services trade in global markets.
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