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Edward C. Skelton

Macrosurveillance Officer
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Ed SkeltonSkelton is a macrosurveillance officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. His primary area of responsibility is managing the Bank’s macrosurveillance unit where he performs regional and national financial system analysis, researches issues related to international systemic risk and is very active in the Bank’s Economic Education program. Skelton also researches the economies of Latin America, with a focus on the banking industry and the financial system. He has appeared on National Public Radio, and his work has been cited in the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, BusinessWeek, Bloomberg, Newsweek, specialized industry publications, academic studies, as well as prominent daily newspapers in the U.S., Mexico, Brazil and many other Latin American countries.

In addition to his responsibilities at the Dallas Fed, he is an adjunct professor of economics at Southern Methodist University, where he has received numerous awards for teaching excellence. Skelton received a Master of Arts in economics degree from Southern Methodist University and a Bachelor of Business Administration in economics degree from Baylor University. He is also a graduate of the American Bankers Association Stonier School of Banking at the University of Pennsylvania where he serves as a capstone project advisor.