Robert G. King: Biography and CV
Robert G. King is Professor of Economics at Boston University, having previously held professorial positions at the University of Rochester (1978-1993) and University of Virginia (1993-2000).
He is a consultant to the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, and editor of the Journal of Monetary Economics.
He spent his childhood in Manchester, Connecticut; Jupiter, Florida; and Bethesda, Maryland. At Brown University, he studied economics, mathematics and history while earning BA, MA and PhD degrees.
Over the course of his career, he has taught macroeconomics, financial economics, and monetary economics to BA, MA, MBA and PhD students.
A resident of Lexington, Massachusetts, he is married to Marianne Baxter: they have three sons: Gavin, Ryan and Dylan.
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