Arnor Sighvatsson has been Deputy Chief Economist at the Central Bank of Iceland since 1995. From 1993-95 he was assistant to an Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund in Washington and he has also worked as an instructor at Northern Illinois University, where he earned a PhD in Economics in 1990.
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