Global market uncertainty puts economists on the spot

Rehm, Barbara A.
November 1998
American Banker;11/17/1998, Vol. 163 Issue 220, p2
Trade Publication
Discusses the increased demand for economists and their changing role in banks, because of the uncertainty vexing world markets. Expansion of bank economists' job responsibilities; Effect of industry consolidation and cost-cutting on job security; Remarks of several economists on the issue.


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