Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Jordan

Dr. Hasan started his professional career in 1994 at the Banking Supervision Department of the CBJ, where he assumed several positions including; Deputy Director of the department, and Director of the Governor’s Office. In 2005, He joined the International Monetary Fund (IMF) where he worked as an economist/senior economist in the Middle East and Central Asia Department. In 2009, he became Deputy Division Chief at the Monetary and Capital Markets (MCM) Department of the IMF. During his career in the IMF, he participated in several Article IV consultation missions and led several Financial Sector Assessment Programs (FSAPs) and Technical Assistance (TA) missions to member countries. In 2011, he was awarded MCM annual award for “exceptional” effort. Dr. Hasan coauthored several books and published several research papers on areas including, monetary policy, inflation, exchange rate assessment and regime choice, asset price bubbles, stress testing, Islamic banks, and simulation estimation methods. Dr. Hasan received his PhD in economics and M.S. in Statistics from Washington State University Pullman, WA.