About Gerald P. Dwyer

Picture of me I currently am a Professor of Economics and BB&T Scholar at Clemson University. Until June 2012, I was at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta as the Director of the Center for Financial Innovation and Stability and Vice President. I was in the Research Department and was in charge of the Finance Team for most of my time there. I have been a professor most of my career but spent quite a few years at Federal Reserve Banks.

My vitae contains a complete list of my publications and other professional activities. Clemson University has a biography on its web site.

I had the good fortune to be a student at the University of Chicago while Milton Friedman was on the faculty, plus he was my dissertation chair. I also have had the good fortune to be asked a couple of times to write papers about him. I wrote a piece on “Milton Friedman as a Teacher” that was published in a book with articles by his students. I also wrote a piece on “Milton Friedman: A Bayesian?” which was published in a book on his contributions to economics and public policy.

Besides the picture on this page, there is a picture of me in Hawaii with a couple of babes