Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Israel Appoints Wharton Professor as Central Bank Chief

Amir Yaron, a professor at the Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania, will replace Karnit Flug, prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu said earlier today in Jerusalem.

Yaron earned his undergraduate degree at Tel Aviv University and his doctorate at the University of Chicago. He is currently Robert Morris Professor of Banking and Professor of Finance in The Wharton School in the University of Pennsylvania from July 2009.

He will fit in well with global central banksters. He has been a visiting scholar in the Federal Reserve Bank in Philadelphia, Bank of Israel, CEMFI-Spain, IIES-Sweden, Goethe University, the IMF, IIES, MIT, and University of Chicago.

Yaron holds Israeli and American citizenship.


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