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About Oz Shy

Oz Shy is a senior policy adviser and economist in the Research Department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. He has published three books: How to Price (Cambridge University Press, 2008), The Economics of Network Industries (Cambridge University Press, 2001), and Industrial Organization: Theory and Applications (MIT Press, 1996). Dr. Shy has published more than 80 journal and book articles in the areas of industrial organization, network economics, banking, payments, labor economics, and international trade. Dr. Shy has taught at the universities of Michigan, Haifa, and Tel Aviv; the Stockholm School of Economics; the Hanken School of Economics; and the State University of New York. He was a research professor at the WZB Social Science Research Center in Berlin, Germany. Prior to his role at the Atlanta Fed, he taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management and was a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Dr. Shy received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a PhD in economics from the University of Minnesota, and an honorary doctorate from the Hanken School of Economics.

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