Simon Johnson is on a mission. The MIT professor and former IMF economist is trying to push JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon to resign his seat on the board of the New York Fed, which regulates his bank. Alternatively, he would like to shame the Federal Reserve into rewriting its code of conduct so that CEOs of banks seen as too big to fail can no longer serve.
Simon Johnson is a former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund and is currently a professor at MIT and a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. Reuters is not responsible for this content and any views expressed are the author’s alone.