Prof Stephany Griffith-Jones is an economist researching and providing policy advice on reforming the international and national financial architecture, with emphasis on domestic financial sector from a development perspective; macro-economic management of capital flows in emerging and low income countries. Leading many major international research projects on international financial and macro-economic issues, with networks of senior academics and policy-makers from developed and developing countries. Publishing widely, having written or edited over twenty books and numerous journal and newspaper articles. A 2010 OUP book, co-edited with Joseph Stiglitz and Jose Antonio Ocampo, “Time for a Visible Hand”, dealt mainly with financial regulation. Advises many international organisations, including the European Commission, European Parliament, World Bank, Commonwealth Secretariat, IADB, AfDB, and various UN agencies and several governments and Central Banks, including the UK, Chilean, Swedish, South African, Tanzanian, Brazilian and Czech. She is commissioner on the Warwick Commission on Financial Regulation, and was a member of the ESRC World Economy and Finance Program Advisory Panel.
Prof Stephany Griffith-Jones