Department of Finance News

David Miles on Post-2008 UK monetary policy

Professor David Miles gave evidence to the Parliamentary Treasury Committee meeting on the effectiveness and impact of post-2008 UK monetary policy.
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David Miles: ‘There is No Crisis in Economics’

Professor David Miles discusses economic theory and scholarship in his latest Financial Times article.
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Professor Tarun Ramadorai chairing the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) committee

Tarun Ramadorai, Professor of Financial Economics at Imperial College London, is currently chairing a committee that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has formally constituted, to analyse household financial markets in India, and to...
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Eight Key areas business should pay attention to – Guardian article

Professor Andrei Kirilenko discusses Distributed Ledger Technology as part of the Guardian’s article on the eight key areas which businesses should pay attention to.
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Centre for Global Finance & Technology Hosts Fintech Conference

This inaugural one day conference brings together leading banks to discuss how fintech could change the business world.
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New faculty for September 2016

The Department of Finance is pleased to welcome new faculty for September 2016.
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Professor David Miles Interviewed by CNBC

Professor David Miles discussed the Bank of England’s latest policy decisions, interest rates and the impact of Brexit on the UK economy.
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Professor James Sefton Featured on BBC Radio 4

Professor James Sefton was a panellists on Radio 4’s Simon Evans Goes to Market.
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Professor Marcin Kacperczyk Awarded European Research Council Grant

Marcin Kacperczyk, a Professor of Finance at Imperial College Business School, has been awarded a research grant of €1.59M from the European Research Council (ERC).
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Professor David Miles Awarded CBE

David Miles, Professor of Financial Economics at Imperial College Business School, received a CBE for services to monetary policy. Between 2009 and 2015, Professor Miles served on the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee....
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