Catherine Mann

Bank of England

MPC Member

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Mann previously worked as an economist in the Bush Administration’s Council of Economic Advisers where she advised on the European Monetary Union, Latin American economies and the transition economies of the former USSR. She worked as an economist at the Federal Reserve mainly in the bank's International Finance division.

Starting in 2006, Mann was a lecturer at Brandeis University– and since 2010, she was appointed Barbara ’54 and Richard M. Rosenberg Professor of International Economics and Finance at Brandeis University. She left for the OECD in 2014. Between 2014 and 2017, she was appointed as chief economist and head of economics department at the OECD.

Mann has a BA in economics, from Harvard University in 1977. She then proceeded to MIT where she got a Ph.D. in International Economics in 1984.