PhD (International Economics and Finance), Brandeis University
MA, University of Toronto
BA, Queen’s University
Jeremy M. Kronick is Director, Monetary and Financial Services Research at the C.D. Howe Institute, where he is in charge of the financial services and monetary policy research programs.
He has written on a range of topics including the link between demographics and monetary policy, how blockchain technology will impact the economy, and the importance of the financial services sector in trade negotiations.
Prior to joining the C.D. Howe Institute in early 2015, Jeremy worked in the international tax department at Deloitte & Touche LLP, in both the financial stability and international departments of the Bank of Canada, and as a lecturer at Brandeis University where he taught both macroeconomics and microeconomics while completing his PhD studies.
He holds an Undergraduate Degree in Economics and Mathematics from Queen’s University, a Master’s in Financial Economics from the University of Toronto, and a PhD in International Economics and Finance from Brandeis University. His PhD research areas focused on the international transmission of monetary policy shocks from the developed to the developing world, as well as the Canadian housing market and the effects of macroprudential regulation.