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Michael B. Devereux is the Royal Bank Professor of International Economics at the University of British Columbia. His research is in the area of international macroeconomics, exchange rates, and international financial markets, and he is a Research Associate in the NBER's International Finance and Macroeconomics Program.

Currently, Devereux is a senior adviser at the Globalization and Monetary Policy Institute of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and a Research Fellow at the Center for Economic Policy Research in London. In 2014 he completed a three-year term as the first director of the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia.

From 2003-13, Devereux was a Bank of Canada Research Fellow. He has had visiting positions at University College Dublin, the Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, the International Monetary Fund, and the Bank for International Settlements. He was the recipient of the 2010 John Rea Prize from the Canadian Economic Association for the economist with the best five-year track record in Canada.

He has a Ph.D. from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, and has held positions at the University of Toronto and Queen's University.

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