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Susan M. SCHADLER Senior Member, St Antony's College, Oxford


1969-1973 BA, Economics, Mount Holyoke College
1971-1972 Economics, International Relations coursework toward Mount Holyoke Degree, Institut de Hautes Etudes Internationales, Geneva
1973-1974 M.Sc. Economics, International Trade and Open Economy Macroeconomics specialization, London School of Economics
1974-1975 International Economist, Office of Assistant Secretary for International Affairs, US Treasury
1976-1981 Research Department, Specialization in Financial Markets, Economics of Emerging Market Countries, International Monetary Fund
1981-1991 Chief of Operations in India, Thailand, Singapore, Asian Department, International Monetary Fund
  Economist/researcher: Japan, Thailand, Korea
1988-1999 Visiting Fellow, International Food Policy Research Institute
1991-1998 Oversight of IMF lending Operations (Russia, other CIS countries, Turkey, South Africa), Policy Development and Review Department, International Monetary Fund
  Chief, Ex Post Evaluation of IMF lending to low, middle-income countries
1999 Adjunct Professor, Economics Department, Georgetown University
1999-2007 Deputy Director, European Department, International Monetary Fund, Lead IMF oversight of Turkey, UK, Central-Eastern Europe
  Head of Research Projects: Europe in Global Economy, Economic Choices of new EU Members
 current Senior Member, St. Antony´ s College, Oxford
  Asian Development Bank Institute, Independent Evaluation Office of the IMF National Bank of Poland


Supervisory Council, Center for Economic and Social Research (CASE), Warsaw


"The Challenges of EU Enlargement", chapter in The Economics of the European Union: Policy and Analysis, eds. Mike Artis and Frederick Nixson, Oxford University Press, 2007
Evaluating the effect of IMF Lending to Low-Income Countries [with L. Dicks-Mireaux and M. Mecagni]. Journal of Development Economics, Vol 61 (2000). Reprinted in The IMF and the World Economy [edited by Graham Bird and Dane Rowlands] in The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, 2007
"Are Large External Imbalances in Central Europe Sustainable?" in: The Winds of Change: Emerging Europe and Asia in the 21st Century, CASE and Peterson Institute, 2008
"Macroeconomic Effects of EU Transfers in New Member States," [with Celine Allard, Nada Chouieri, and Rachel Van Elkan], IMF Working paper /08/223, September, 2008