Bernanke to deliver MIT's commencement address

Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke will deliver the main commencement address at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on 9 June.

Bernanke received his doctorate in economics from MIT, and has been a visiting professor there. Before becoming a member of the Federal Reserve's board of governors, he was an associate professor at Stanford and a professor and department chair at Princeton.

MIT professor Eric Grimson, who chaired MIT's commencement committee, said in a prepared statement that

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