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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Prof Santiago Carbo-Valverde
Professor of Economics and Finance
Santiago Carbo-Valverde is Professor of Economics and Finance. His main area of research is economics of banking and finance, including topics such as financial regulation, industrial organization of the banking sector, efficiency, M&As, securitization, SME finance and the finance-growth nexus. He has been and, in some cases, still is a consultant/advisor for central banks as well as other international public bodies, several private consulting companies and financial institutions. He has been speaker in events organized by the G-20, the World Bank and several central banks and regulatory and antitrust bodies. He has also a been visiting research fellow for institutions such as the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the European Central Bank. Qualifications/Memberships of professional bodies: Ph. D. in Economics, University of Wales, Bangor (UK),1993 M.A. in Banking and Finance, University of Wales, Bangor (UK), 1990 B.A. in Economics, Universidad de Valencia (Spain) , 1989 Consultant, European Central Bank (2009, 2011-) Former Consultant, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago (2008-2012) Research affiliate, Spanish Savings Banks Foundation - Funcas (1996-) Research affiliate, Instituto Valenciano de de Investigaciones Economicas (Spain) (2011-) Former Dean of the School of Economics and Business at the University of Granada (2006-2008) Former Head of the Department of Economics at the University of Granada (2004-2006) Authored or coauthored a variety of books including: Financial Innovation in Retail and Corporate Banking (Edward Elgar), Competition and Profitability in European Financial Services. Strategic, systemic and policy issues (Routledge), Investigating Diversity in the Banking Sector in Europe. The Performance and Role of Savings Banks (Centre for European Policy Studies, Competition and Profitability in European Financial Services. Strategic, systemic and policy issues, (Routledge), Financial Exclusion (Palgrave-MacMillan), Bank Strategies and Challenges in the New Europe (Palgrave), Shareholder Value Management in Banks (MacMillan Press), Strategic Challenges in European Banking (MacMillan Press Ltd).

Bangor (Wales)
United Kingdom

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Prof Santiago Carbo-Valverde
Professor of Economics and Finance
Santiago Carbo-Valverde is Professor of Economics and Finance. His main area of research is economics of banking and finance, including topics such as financial regulation, industrial organization of the banking sector, efficiency, M&As, securitization, SME finance and the finance-growth nexus. He has been and, in some cases, still is a consultant/advisor for central banks as well as other international public bodies, several private consulting companies and financial institutions. He has been speaker in events organized by the G-20, the World Bank and several central banks and regulatory and antitrust bodies. He has also a been visiting research fellow for institutions such as the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the European Central Bank.

Bangor (Wales)
United Kingdom

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Mr Simon Carne
Consultant (and Visiting Lecturer)
Communication • Mediation • Regulation • Litigation I work with organisations for whom solving the problem is not enough. They need to persuade an external audience that they have the right solution. Clients are often lawyers, regulators or those they regulate, but increasingly I work with professional service firms on their communications – and with others as my website shows (www.simoncarne.com).

London
United Kingdom

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Ms Sue Carrette
Consultant
I am an experienced consultant specializing in services for the higher and professional education sectors – and the industries that work closely with them, including organizational evaluation and development, research, project management and professional development. I also research and write on aspects of contemporary professionalism, principally for professional bodies and related organisations. Sue Carrette Consultancy is an established specialist provider of services consistently receiving high levels of both client and participant feedback, and repeat business. Our clients have included; Universities from the Russell, 1994 and Million+ groups, Professional Bodies and key sector organizations such as the UK Council for International Student Affairs, (delivering a project funded by the Prime Minister’s Initiative on International Education). In addition to consultancy I have over 20 years experience in the UK higher education sector gained in a variety of roles for a range of organizations including; Queen Mary University of London, the University of Manchester, the Association of University of Administrators (AUA) and the University of East London. I was awarded fellowship of the AUA in 2012 in recognition of my contribution to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and to the development of the profession of higher education management and administration. I have been a contributor to a number of national and international conferences including; UKCISA, AUA, American Association of Collegiate Registrars & Admissions Officers (AACRAO), Australian Association of Tertiary Education Management (ATEM), and the Leadership Foundation (previously HESDA).

London
United Kingdom

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Prof Elise Cartmell
Head of Cranfield Water Science Institute
Professor in Water Technology

Cranfield
United Kingdom

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Prof Rebecca Cassidy
Professor of Anthropology
Rebecca is an anthropologist currently working on a European Research Council funded project studying gambling in Europe. Her previous work focused on the international horseracing industry and particularly Newmarket and Kentucky. She is interested in risky cultures of all kinds and has conducted participant observation on racecourses, in training stables, at studs and in betting shops and casinos. She is particularly interested in the social and historical construction of distinctions between gambling and other kinds of financial risk taking.

London
United Kingdom

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