Owen F Humpage
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Owen Humpage is a senior economic advisor specializing in international economics in the Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. His recent research has focused on central-bank interventions in exchange markets, dollarization in Latin America, and the sustainability of current-account deficits.
Dr. Humpage joined the Bank as an economic analyst in 1973. He was promoted to economist in 1978 and to his present position in 1987. Dr. Humpage has lectured on economics at Case Western Reserve University, Oberlin College, Cleveland State University, and Baldwin-Wallace College.
A native Clevelander, Dr. Humpage received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Dayton, a master’s degree in economics from Miami University, and a doctorate in economics from Case Western Reserve University.
Articles by Owen F Humpage:
Notes for currency wars: The trilemma of international finance
18 June 2012, 17470 reads
Currency wars: Lessons from the US experience
3 October 2011, 11008 reads
SDR vs $: What it takes to be an international reserve currency
8 May 2009, 41195 reads