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HELEN B. JUNZ

Background

  • JUNZ, HELEN B. was born in Germany.

  • Education

    • University of Amsterdam, Bachelor of Arts. New School for Socl Rch, United States of America, Master of Arts. Spoken languages: English, Dutch, German, French.

    Career

    • Special Trade Representative and Director, Geneva Office(s), International Monetary Fund since 1989. Deputy Director, Exchange & Trade Relations Department, International Monetary Fund, Washington, District of Columbia, 1987-1989. Senior Advisor, European Department, International Monetary Fund, 1982-1987.

      Vice President, Townsend Greenspan & Company, New York, 1980-1982. Vice President, Senior Advisor, First National Bank of Chicago, 1979-1980. Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Assistant Secretary for International Affairs, Treasury Department, Washington, District of Columbia, 1977-1979.

      Senior International Economist, Council of Economic Advisers, The White House, Washington, District of Columbia, 1975-1977. Advisor, Division of International Finance, Board of Gov, Federal Reserve System, Washington, District of Columbia, 1962-1977. Advisor, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, 1967-1969.

      Economist, Bureau of Economic Analysis, United States Department of Commerce, 1960-1962. Acting Chief, Consumer Price Section, National Industrial Conference Board, New York, 1953-1958.

    Membership

    Member: American Economic Association. National Association of Business Economists. Council on Foreign Relations.

    National Women's Forum.
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