Steve Kamin is the former director of the US Federal Reserve’s Division of International Finance. He is currently a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.
He retired from a 34-year career at the Fed in 2020, during which he provided analytic and operational support to the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) and represented the Fed in many international groups while publishing on a wide range of issues in international macroeconomics and finance. Kamin also served as a visiting economist at the BIS, a senior economist for the White House Council of Economic Advisers, and a consultant for the World Bank.
Kamin is a Central Banking contributing editor.
Steve Kamin asks whether Latin American central banks are tightening aggressively by historical standards
Steve Kamin explores the global implications of rising inflation and interest rates in the US
Steve Kamin warns central bank may not have paid enough attention to why r* has fallen
The cost of support measures for vulnerable economies is manageable, says Steve Kamin
Emerging markets face pressures from the health crisis and global financial forces, says Steve Kamin