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Jesper Berg

 

  • Director General at Danish Financial Supervisory Authority (2015-)

  • Member of the Executive Board at Nykredit Bank (2010-2015)

  • Head of the Capital Markets and Financial Structure Division at the European Central Bank (2000-2004)

  • Has previously held positions as Head of Financial Stability, Head of Market Operations, and Head of Payment Systems at the Danish Central Bank



 


 

Paul De Grauwe

 

  • John Paulson Chair in European Political Economy of the European Institute at London School of Economics

  • He was a member of the Group of Economic Policy Analysis, advising President Barroso. He is also director of the money, macro and international finance research network of CESifo, Univer-sity of Munich. He is a research fellow at the Centre for European Policy Studies in Brussels and the Centre for Economic Policy Research, London

  • His research interests are international monetary relations, monetary integration, theory and empirical analysis of the foreign-exchange markets, and open-economy macroeconomics

 


 

Lord Meghnad Desai

 

  • Professor Emeritus at London School of Economics

  • Chairman of the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF) Advisory Board

  • Founder Chairman of the Meghnad Desai Academy of Economics in Mumbai



 


 

Antoine Godin


  • Senior Economist at the French Agency for Development

  • Focuses: Stock-Flow Consistent models and Agent-Based Stock-Flow Consistent models

  • Has published numerous articles in journal such as the Journal of Evolutionary Economics, the Cambridge Journal of Economics or the Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control

 


 


 

Koichi Hamada

 

  • Tuntex Professor Emeritus of Economics at Yale University and a special adviser to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

  • He is credited as one of the key architects of Abenomics, economic policies based upon "three arrows" of monetary easing, fiscal stimulus and structural reform

  • Fields of interest: International economics, The Japanese economy, Strategic analysis of international political economy

 


 

Mojmír Hampl


  • Vice-Governor of the Czech National Bank

  • In 1999, he was awarded the title of „Young Economist of the Year” by the Czech Economic Society

  • Former external adviser to the Minister of Finance of the Czech Republic in an expert group preparing a public finance reform proposal

  • In 2004-2006, he was a member of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Director or the Czech Consolidation Agency

  • Member of several Scientific Councils


 


 

Hakan Kara


  • Chief Economist of the Central Bank of Turkey (previously: Director General of the Research and Monetary Policy Department and Head of the Economic Modelling and Forecasting Division)

  • Closely involved with the design and implementation of monetary and macroprudential policies in Turkey since 2002

  • Member of the International Journal of Central Banking management committee

 


 

Jacek Kotlowski


  • Deputy Director, National Bank of Poland since 2007

  • Assistant Professor at Institute of Econometrics, Warsaw School of Economics

  • 2007: „Bulls and Bears” award and „The best economist of 2006” title for the most accurate macroeconmic forecasts in 2006 granted by the Warsaw Stock Exchange information newspaper

 


 


 

Jan Kregel


  • Director of Research at Levy Economics Institute of Bard College

  • Director of the Levy Institute master’s program in economic theory and policy

  • Head of the Levy Institute’s Monetary Policy and Financial Structure program

  • Professor of development finance at Tallinn University of Technology

  • His major works include a series of books on economic theory

 


 


 

Marc Lavoie


  • Professor at the University of Ottawa

  • Has published close to 200 articles or book chapters in a wide variety of fields, in particular macroeconomics and monetary economics

 


 


 

Patrick Messerlin


  • Professor of economics (emeritus) at Sciences Po

  • Director at Groupe d’Economie Mondiale at Sciences Po (GEM)

  • Chairman, Steering Committee at ECIPE

 


 


 

Nagy Márton


  • 2015-től a Magyar Nemzeti Bank monetáris politikáért és hitelösztönzésért felelős alelnöke

  • A Monetáris Tanács elnökhelyettese

  • 2002 óta a Magyar Nemzeti Bank munkatársa

 


 


 

Athanasios Orphanides

 

  • Former Governor of the Central Bank of Cyprus

  • Former member of the Governing Council of the ECB

  • Professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management


 


 

George Osborne


  • British Conservative Party politician for Tatton since June 2001

  • First Secretary of State from 2015 to 2016

  • He served as Chancellor of the Exchequer under Prime Minister David Cameron from 2010 to 2016

 


 


 

Andrew K. Rose

 

  • B.T. Rocca Professor at the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley

  • Visiting Scholar at several institutions (MIT, Princeton, LSE, LBS, INSEAD) and central banks (Bank of Canada, Bank of England, Bank of Japan, ECB, Fed)


 


 

Dominick Salvatore


  • Distinguished Professor of Economics at the Fordham University

  • Consultant: United Nations, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, Economic Policy Institute

  • Member of numerous Editorial Boards

  • Founding Member of the International Trade and Finance Association

 


 

André Sapir

 

  • Professor at the Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management

  • Economic adviser to European Commission Presidents Romano Prodi and José Manuel Barroso


 


 

Frank Smets


  • Director General of the Directorate General Research at ECB

  • Professor of international economics at the Centre for Economic Studies at the KU Leuven

  • Honorary professor in the Duisenberg chair at the Faculty of Economics and Business of the University of Groningen

  • Has written and published extensively on monetary, macroeconomic, financial and international issues



 

Straub Roland


  • Counsellor to the President an Co-ordinator of the Counsel to the Executive Board

  • Held various positions at the ECB since 2006

  • Former economist of the IMF

 


 


 

Nathan Sussman

 

  • Director of Research of the Research Department at the Bank of Israel

  • Associate Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics and in the integrated Philosophy, Economics, and Political Science Program (PEP) at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  • Fields of expertise: monetary and financial economic history



 


 

Takáts Előd


  • Senior Economist at BIS (2009-)

  • Joined the Financial Systems and Regulation unit (2016)

 


 


 

Pavlina R. Tcherneva

 

  • Associate Professor and Chair at the Department of Economics at Bard College. She is also a Re-search Associate at the Levy Economics Institute, and a Senior Research Scholar the Center for Full Employment and Price Stability.

  • She specializes in the fields of monetary theory, fiscal policy, and macroeconomic stabilization. Her research examines the impact of direct job creation on growth, income inequality, and unemployment, and in particular on women and youth. She has developed a blueprint for operationalizing her Job Guarantee proposal for the United States.

 


 

Natacha Valla

 

  • Deputy Director General for Monetary Policy at the European Central Bank (ECB)

  • Previously Head of Economic Policy and Strategy at the European Investment Bank (EIB), Director at LVMH, SUERF – European Money and Finance Forum and ASF

 


 

Boris Vujčić


  • Governor of Croatian National Bank

  • From 2000 to 2012 Vice Governor of the Croatian National Bank

  • Lecturer at Faculty of Economics in Zagreb

 


 


 

Richard A. Werner


  • Professor at the University of Southampton

  • Developer of money creation theory called the Quantity Theory of Credit

  • Member of the ECB Shadow Council

  • Author of books ’Princes of the Yen’ and ’New Paradigm in Macroeconomics’, co-author of ’Where Does Money Come from?’

  • In 2003, the World Economic Forum, Davos, selected him as ’Global Leader of Tomorrow’

 


 


 

Louis-Philippe Rochon


  • Full Professor, Laurentian University, Canada

  • Editor, Review of Political Economy

  • Editor Emeritus and founder, Review of Keynesian Economics



 


 

Kenneth Rogoff


  • Head of School of Economics, History and Politics at Kingston University, London

  • Author of Debunking Economics

  • Research specialty in monetary macroeconomic modeling
     

 

 


 

Rita McGrath


  • Longtime professor at Columbia Business School

  • #1 achievement award for strategy from the prestigious Thinkers50

  • Best-selling author


 


 

Steve Keen


  • Head of School of Economics, History and Politics at Kingston University, London

  • Author of Debunking Economics

  • Research specialty in monetary macroeconomic modeling

 


 

Youssef Cassis


  • Professor of Economic History, European University Institute

  • Joint Chair Department of History and Civilisation and Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

  • Cofounder-editor of Financial History Review, published by Cambridge University Press for the European Association for Banking History

 

 

 

Utolsó frissítés: 2020.01.20.