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Biography for Glenn Stevens

First Name: Glenn
Last Name: Stevens
Title: Governor
Country: Australia
Date of Birth: 23/01/1958
Education: BEc(Hons), The University of SydneyMA, University of Western Ontario
CV: 1980-92: Research Department, Reserve Bank of Australia various positions and Visiting Scholar, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco in 1990 1992-95: Head of Economic Analysis Department 1995-96: Head of International Department 1996-2001: Assistant Governor (Economic) 2001-06: Deputy Governor Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia since 18 September 2006
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