is the president of the Center for Financial Stability (CFS) – an independent, nonpartisan think tank focused on financial markets.
Mr. Goodman was managing director and global head of emerging market strategy at Bank of America. Prior to Bank of America, Mr. Goodman was the head of Quantitative Policy Analysis at the U.S. Treasury – advising the Under Secretary on a wide range of issues. He co-founded and chaired an inter-agency group, comprised of 13 agencies to advise principals and deputies throughout the U.S. government on financial, economic, and political risks.
Mr. Goodman holds a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, an M.B.A. in finance from University of California at Berkeley, and has engaged in Ph.D. studies in economics at The New School. He served on the board of the Emerging Market Traders Association (EMTA). He serves on the executive committee of the Society for Economic Measurement (SEM).