Donald Lewis Kohn
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Mr. Kohn
office: Vice Chairperson of the Federal Reserve System
nominator: George W. Bush
Start of Term June 23 2006
End of term June 23 2010
predecessor Roger W. Ferguson

Donald Lewis Kohn (born November 7, 1942) is an American economist who served as the former Vice Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. He is considered a moderate dove on monetary policy. He retired after 40 years at the central bank in September, 2010 and currently serves on the Financial Policy Committee for the Bank of England and as a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution.[1][2]

Fed Rate-HikeEdit

On September 16 2015 Kohn was interviewed about the Federal Reserve Bank raising Interest Rates.[3]


Kohn on the Federal Reserve BankEdit

Donald Kohn explains the Federal Reserve's role in the economic recovery51:19

Donald Kohn explains the Federal Reserve's role in the economic recovery

PatrickCunningham (talk) 13:46, January 3, 2016 (UTC)


Kohn made a  speech on September 11 2006 [4] (The fifth Anniversary of 9/11).


  4. Vice Chairman Donald L. Kohn At the Western Payments Alliance 2006 Payments Symposium, Las Vegas, Nevada

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