James McAndrews is an economist specializing in money and banking. He was executive vice president and head of the Research and Statistics Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York from 2010-2016. His research focuses on monetary policy implementation, the liquidity of banks and markets, and monetary arrangements in U.S. history. Recent topics include the economics of dealer banks, the management of central bank liabilities, and fire sales in securities’ markets.

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