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Gottschalk

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Dr Ricardo Gottschalk

• Economist with long-term experience in applied quantitative work, international and development finance, banking regulation and macroeconomic policy analysis. Recent research has included potential sources of development finance, developing country policy responses to the global financial crisis, capital flows to emerging economies and South-South financial flows, macroeconomic policy management in developing countries, impacts of emerging China on other developing countries, capital account liberalization and impacts of Basel Capital Accords on development finance. Long-term experience in government (Brazil) involving macroeconomic analysis, with emphasis on foreign debt and its connection with macroeconomic and fiscal stability. • Has worked as consultant to the UK Department for International Development, European Commission, G-24, UN-DESA, UNCTAD, UNDP, UNRISD and the governments of various sub-Saharan African countries, including the government of Ethiopia, to which he has provided technical assistance and capacity building on macro-econometric modeling and forecasting. • Has edited the book The Basel Capital Accords in Developing Countries: Challenges for Development Finance (2010), and co-edited the books Inequality in Latin America: Issues and Challenges for the 21st Century (2006) and International Capital Flows in Calm and Turbulent Times: The Need for New International Architecture (2003). • Director, MPhil in Development Studies, 2001-2004 and Programme Convenor of MA Globalisation and Development (2008-2009), IDS, University of Sussex. Programme Leader BA Financial Services and Module Leader ‘Macroeconomics and Political Economy and ‘Economics for Business and Management’, MUBS, Middlesex University. External Examiner of the MSc Programme ‘Development Economics and Policy’, Department of Economics and IDPM, University of Manchester (2007-2011).

Senior Lecturer
ricardo_gottschalk@yahoo.co.uk

College:
Middlesex University
Department :
Economics and Statistics
Address :
The Burroughs Hendon
City:
London
County / State:
Middlesex
Postal Code :
NW4 4BT
Location of Academic Expert:
United Kingdom
Current Position:
Senior Lecturer
Previous Positions:
Research Fellow, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, UK
Academic, Educational , Professional Qualifications:
PhD, Economics MA, Development Economics BA, Economics

Areas of Expertise:
- Financial Regulation
- Risk measurement/management
- Development
- Economics
- Exchanges/market infrastructure

Other (Areas of Expertise): Basel Capital Accords in Emerging Markets

Geographic Expertise:
- Emerging Markets
- Latin America

Types of Service:
- Advisory
- Consultancy
- Research/peer review

CV: RGOTTSCHALK Feb 12.doc

Recent/Key Publications:
1. Edited Books Gottschalk, R. (2010) ‘The Basel Capital Accords in Developing Countries: Challenges for Development Finance’, Palgrave MacMillan, Great Britain. Gottschalk, R. and Justino, P. (2006) ‘Overcoming Inequality in Latin America: Issues and Challenges for the Twenty First Century’, Routledge, London. Griffith-Jones, S., Gottschalk, R. and Cailloux, J. (2003) ‘International Capital Flows in Calm and Turbulent Times: The Need for New International Architecture’, The University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor. 2. Contributions to Edited Volumes/ Articles in Refereed Journals Gottschalk, R. and Sodre, M. Cecilia (2010) ‘The Liberalisation of Capital Outflows in CIBS: What Opportunities for Other Developing Countries’ In Santo-Paulino, A. and Wan, G Southern Engines of Global Growth, Oxford University Press. Gottschalk, R. (2010) ‘Introduction: Why Basel Matters’, in Gottschalk, R. (ed). The Basel Capital Accords in Developing Countries: Challenges for Development Finance, Palgrave MacMillan, Great Britain, pp. 1-15. Gottschalk, R. and Sen, S. (2010) ‘Prudential Norms for the Financial Sector: Is Development a Missing Dimension? The Cases of Brazil and India’, in Gottschalk, R. (ed). The Basel Capital Accords in Developing Countries: Challenges for Development Finance, Palgrave MacMillan, Great Britain, pp. 16-33. Gottschalk, R. and Sodre, C. A. (2010) ‘Basel Rules in Brazil: What are the Implications for Development Finance?’ in Gottschalk, R. (ed). The Basel Capital Accords in Developing Countries: Challenges for Development Finance, Palgrave MacMillan, Great Britain, pp. 34-50. Gottschalk, R. and Griffith-Jones, S. (2010) ‘Basel II Implementation in Low-Income Countries: Challenges and Effects on SME Development’, in Gottschalk, R. (ed). The Basel Capital Accords in Developing Countries: Challenges for Development Finance, Palgrave MacMillan, Great Britain, pp. 75-96. Gottschalk, R. (2010) ‘The Basel Capital Accords: Bringing Development Finance to the Agenda’ in Gottschalk, R. (ed). The Basel Capital Accords in Developing Countries: Challenges for Development Finance, Palgrave MacMillan, Great Britain, pp. 169-177. Gottschalk, R. and Bolton, L. (2009) ‘Macroeconomic Policy, Stimuli, Aid and Budgeting: What Options? IDS Bulletin, Vol. 40, No. 5, September. Gottschalk, R. and Sodre, M. C. (2008) ‘The Liberalisation of capital outflows in Brazil, India and South Africa since the early 1990s’. Financial Liberalisation and Economic Performance in Emerging Countries, edited by Arestis, P. and de Paula, L., Palgrave MacMillan, London, pp. 95-120. Initially presented as a paper at the conference on Financial Liberalisation and Economic Performance: the experience of Brazil and other emerging markets’, Centre of Brazilian Studies, University of Oxford, 3 November. 3. Selected Commissioned Papers and Reports: Gottschalk, R. (2012) ‘Innovative Development Finance: The Latin American Experience’. Background Paper prepared for the UN-DESA, January. Gottschalk, R., McKinley, T., Martins, P., Drammeh, H. And Sireh-Jallow, A. (2011) ‘Prospects of Non-Traditional Sources of Development Finance in Ethiopia’. Study prepared for the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MOFED) of Ethiopia and UNDP, January. Gottschalk, R. (2009) ‘Macro-econometric Model for Ethiopia’. Final Report, prepared for the ERMPD, National Bank of Ethiopia, September. Gottschalk, R., and Martins, P. (2008) ‘Angola Growth Policy Study’. Paper prepared for UNDP-Angola, June. Gottschalk, R. (2008) ‘Basel II in Developing Countries: What Implications for Financial Sector Development and Financial Inclusion?’ Paper prepared for FinMark Trust, May.

Working languages: English; Portuguese; Spanish

Recent clients:
UN-DESA; World Bank; UN-Angola; Finmark Trust; UK DFID.

Professional references:
Stephany Griffith-Jones. Email: sgj2108@columbia.edu Terry McKinley. Email: tm9@soas.ac.uk