Charles Wyplosz is Professor of International Economics at the Graduate Institute, Geneva; where he is Director of the International Centre for Money and Banking Studies. Previously, he has served as Associate Dean for Research and Development at INSEAD and Director of the PhD program in Economics at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Science Sociales in Paris. He has also been Director of the International Macroeconomics Program at CEPR. His main research areas include financial crises, European monetary integration, fiscal policy, economic transition and current regional integration in various parts of the world. He is the co-author of a leading textbook on Macroeconomics and on European economic integration. He was a founding Managing Editor of the review Economic Policy. He serves on several boards of professional reviews and European research centres. Currently a member of the Group of Independent Economic Advisors to the President of the European Commission, and of the Panel of Experts of the European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, as well as a member of the “Bellagio Group”, Charles Wyplosz is an occasional consultant to the European Commission, the IMF, the World Bank, the United Nations, the Asian Development Bank, and the Inter-American Development Bank. He has been a member of the “Conseil d’Analyse Economique” which reports to the Prime Minister of France, of the French Finance Minister’s “Commission des Comptes de la Nation” and has advised the governments of the Russian Federation and of Cyprus. He holds degrees in Engineering and Statistics from Paris and a PhD in Economics from Harvard University.
Recent Blog Posts by Charles Wyplosz
- Happy 2012?
- Happy 2011?
- Bailouts: the next step up?
- Can the G20 reform the international economic system?
- The ICMB-CEPR Geneva Report: “The Future of Financial Regulation”
- Good bye financial crisis, hello recession
- Getting healthy banks to buy troubled ones
- Why government responses need to be comprehensive and coordinated
- French And German Anger Misses The Fact
- Open Letter to European leaders on Europe’s banking crisis: A call to action
- Why Paulson is (maybe) right
- Financial crisis resolution: It’s all about burden-sharing