Rodney Ramcharan is an economist who worked at the Board Governors of the Federal Reserve System, serving as the first chief of the Systemic Financial Institutions and Markets Section from 2012-2015. He has been a visiting scholar at the Dutch National Bank, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He won the Dean’s Award for Research Excellence from the Marshall School in 2019.
Areas of Expertise
INSIGHT + ANALYSIS
Op-Ed: Banks Must Help Communities Combat Climate Change
Podcast: Rodney Ramcharan on VoxDevTalks
RAMCHARAN, professor of finance and business economics, and colleague Raghuram Rajan discuss their research that studied the influence access to credit has in times of drought as it relates to population growth and immigration patterns.
Quoted: Rodney Ramcharan on CBS News
RAMCHARAN, professor of finance and business economics, notes that lower income households feel the effects of inflation at a 5-6% higher rate than the general population.
NEWS + EVENTS
Marshall Faculty Publications, Awards, and Honors: July 2023
We are proud to highlight the amazing Marshall faculty who have received awards this month for their groundbreaking work.
Tommy Talks: Inflation, the Fed and the Pandemic - What to Expect
Professor Rodney Ramcharan discusses the main factors that have led to the recent surge in inflation and provides an overview of how the Federal Reserve might respond. He concludes with a discussion of how policy Federal Reserve actions might affect the economy more generally.
RESEARCH + PUBLICATIONS