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Mathematics Overview - Overview PowerPoint - Podcast

Marc Fusaro

Research Assistant
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Washington, DC


 
B.A. - Mathematics / Economics, University of Scranton
Research Assistant, working in the Research and Statistics department, forecasting and studying the economy.
Marc's position is designed to attract graduates who intend to move on to graduate school or Wall Street in two to three years.
"Take a lot of courses in both math and economics and try and think of each one in terms of the other."


Fusaro:
"I remember in economics there was a -- there was a human capital model that said that when you take two resources and you put them together inside one person, you don't add them together, they're effect gets multiplied. And that really is what happens with a knowledge of math and a knowledge of economics. They interact and they work together and they help you a lot more than -- they help you exponentially more than either one of the two of them would. So the best that I can say, the best advice that I can give is, is to take a lot of courses in both math and economics and try and think of each one in terms of the other."

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