Prior to joining Case Western Reserve University in fall 2017, Lakshmi Balasubramanyan, PhD, was a research economist and senior quantitative specialist in the Banking Policy and Analysis Group of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland from 2011 to mid 2017. From 2008 to 2011, she was an assistant professor in the Scott College of Business at the Indiana State University.
A native of Singapore, Balasubramanyan earned her undergraduate and master of social science degrees in economics from the National University of Singapore. She earned her MS in finance and a PhD in applied economics, both from the Pennsylvania State University.
PhD, Penn State University, 2008
Initially Appointed: 2011
MS, Penn State University, 2005
MA, The National University of Singapore, 2003
BA, The National University of Singapore, 1999
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- Balasubramanyan, L., Berger, A. N., Koepke, M.
How do lead banks use their Private Information in the Syndicated Loan Market?
Journal of Financial Stability.
- Committee Member, UGIS: Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, 2019 - 2023