Former Boston Fed Governor, Visiting Professor at MIT Golub Center for Finance and Policies
Eric Rosengren is a visiting professor at MIT Golub Center for Finance and Policies. He was the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston from 2007 to 2021. While at the Fed, he held senior positions within the Boston Fed in both the research and bank supervision. He had oversight of Project Hamilton on CBDC. He has authored 100+ articles and papers on economics and finance. He received his PhD in economics from U. of Wisconsin - Madison.