Mark Sniderman is senior
vice president and director of research for the Federal
Reserve Bank of Cleveland. His responsibilities in
the Research Department include overseeing the production
of research publications and directing the economic
and monetary policy analysis of the Bank. In addition,
Dr. Sniderman has senior management responsibilities
for the Bank's Corporate Communications and Community
Affairs Department. He serves on the Senior Management
Committee of the Cleveland Fed. Dr. Sniderman also
chairs the Federal Reserve System's Business Steering
Group for Personal Computing Services and the Committee
on Research Automation.
Dr. Sniderman joined the
Bank's Research Department as an economist in 1976.
He was promoted to senior economist in 1978, economic
advisor in 1979, and assistant vice president in 1983.
He became vice president and associate director of
research in 1986, and assumed his current position
in 1994. Dr. Sniderman also served as senior economist
for economic policy analysis for the U.S. Senate Budget
Committee in Washington, D.C. Before joining the Federal
Reserve, Dr. Sniderman held teaching and research
positions while a graduate student at the University
of Wisconsin at Madison.
A native of Youngstown,
Ohio, Dr. Sniderman earned a bachelor's degree from
Case Western Reserve University and master's and doctoral
degrees in economics from the University of Wisconsin