Will the Federal Reserve's latest system, quantitative easing, work? Richard DeKaser looks back on the past couple months and breaks it down for you. » More
Richard DeKaser is the Deputy Chief Economist at The Parthenon Group. Prior to joining Parthenon, Mr. DeKaser served as President of Woodley Park Research, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist for National City Corporation (now PNC Financial), and Senior Financial Economist at Bank of Boston (now part of Bank of America). Before that he was a senior associate at DRI/McGraw-Hill (now part of IHS Global Insight) and a staff economist at the Bureau of Economic Analysis. He has held numerous leadership positions in the economics profession, including director of the National Association of Business Economics, Chairman of the Economic Advisory Council of the American Bankers Association, and President of the New England Economic Project. Mr. DeKaser received his B.A. and M.A. in Economics, with honors, from New York University.
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Is Main Street banking in jeopardy? Richard DeKaser join small business expert, Jim Blasingame to talk about the consolidation and regulatory challenges facing the ability of independent community banks to serve Main Street small businesses.
Where is the U.S. real estate market? Richard DeKaser join Jim Blasingame to report that, generally speaking, the U.S. real estate market has bottomed out and is slowly on its way back up,
What is the connection between the E.U.'s financial crisis and the one in the U.S. Richard DeKaser join Jim Blasingame to talk about Europe's financial crisis and how it will impact the U.S. and what we can learn from it.