Salzburg Global Seminar Session Participant Profiles
Sat 18 Apr - Wed 22 Apr, 2009

Ewald Nowotny Ewald Nowotny (Faculty)

Country/Region: Austria

Oesterreichische Nationalbank

Governor, Austrian National Bank, Vienna

Most Recently Attended: (1965)
Social Issues in the United States
(Session 98)

Biography:
Ewald Nowotny serves as governor of the Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB). In this capacity, he represents the OeNB in the Governing Council and General Council meetings of the European Central Bank, as well as in the meetings of central bank governors at the Bank for International Settlements and at the International Monetary Fund. Before assuming his current position at the OeNB in September 2008, Professor Nowotny was chief executive officer at BAWAG P.S.K. (2006-2007), served as vice president and member of the Executive Board at the European Investment Bank (1999-2003), and as member and later president of the Governing Board of Österreichische Postsparkasse (1971-1979). Professor Nowotny was a member of the General Council of the OeNB (2007-2008), and served on the supervisory boards of several banks and other corporations. He holds a Ph.D. in law from the University of Vienna, a higher doctorate in general economics and public economics from the University of Linz, and an honorary doctorate in social and economic sciences from the University of Klagenfurt. Professor Nowotny is a member of the Salzburg Global Seminar Board of Directors and a fellow of Session 98, Social Issues in the United States, in 1965.

Media files from Ewald Nowotny

Bailey Morris Eck Lecture: Achieving Financial Stability –the Role of the EU, Euro and the ECB

Bailey Morris Eck Lecture: Achieving Financial Stability –the Role of the EU, Euro and the ECB

ECB May Consider Quantitative Easing, says Austrian Central Bank Governor in Exclusive Interview

Ewald Nowotny - on Structrural Deficeits in Public Finances

Ewald Nowotny - Re-assessing the crisis and its sequencing

Ewald Nowotny - The "Vienna Initiative"

Ewald Nowotny - The Euro and the European Response to the Crisis