CHICAGO --The Federal Reserve Bank-of Chicago said Michael H. M0skOw will take over as president, effective Sept. 1.

Mr. Moskow, a professor of strategy and international management at Northwestern University's J.L. Kellogg-Graduate

School of Management, will succeed Silas Keehn, who previously announced his retirement after 13 years at the bank.

Before joining the Kellogg faculty last year, Mr. Moskow, 56, was deputy U.S. trade representative in the Bush administration, and worked at several Chicago-area companies including Premark International, Dart and Kraft, Northwest Industries, and Esmark Inc.

He was also in Washington in the 1970s in senior posts at the Council of Economic Advisors, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Council on Wage and Price Stability, and other agencies.

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