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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Dr Christopher Cockel
Visiting Research Fellow/Teaching Assistant
Visiting Research Fellow and Teaching Assistant in the School of Geography. PhD awarded by Queen Mary, with research focussing on native and alien plants of urban rivers. Currently working as the River Brent Catchment Officer for the Thames Rivers Trust and the Richmond and Kingston Project Officer with the Environment Trust for Richmond-Upon-Thames. Previous experience includes working on plant red listing projects at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and Botanic Gardens Conservation International.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr D'Maris Coffman
Director and Fellow
D'Maris Coffman (Mary Bateson Research Fellow at Newnham College, Cambridge, Director of the Centre for Financial History, and Affiliated Lecturer, History Faculty) works on the relationship between public finance and private capital markets in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Europe. Most of her recent publications arise from her doctoral thesis on the advent of excise taxation during the English Civil Wars and Interregnum. With Dr Anne Murphy of the University of Hertfordshire, Dr Coffman co-manages the European State Finance Database. In addition to her service teaching for the historical Tripos, she has offered courses to advanced undergraduates and graduate students at Penn and Cambridge in early modern public finance, economic thought, and the development of financial capitalism. She is on the Council of the Economic History Society. Dr Coffman received her MA and PhD in History from the University of Pennsylvania and her BSc in Economics from the Wharton School.

Cambridge
United Kingdom

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Dr Piotr Cofta
CTO
Dr Piotr Cofta is an independent thought leader in the area of trust, risk and control. He developed a unique framework of Trust Governance that allows companies commercially benefit from insight in trust on top of established processes of risk management. Dr Cofta has extensively published and patented on subjects such as trust, security, risk, identity, privacy, digital rights management, and electronic commerce. Dr Cofta is a contributor to international standards; he is a member of security advisory groups; he publishes and speaks frequently.

Martlesham
United Kingdom

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Dr David Collins
Reader
Reader in International Economic Law, specializing in international investment law and the law of the World Trade Organization.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Chris Colvin
Lecturer in Business Economics
Dr. Christopher L. Colvin is a Lecturer in Business Economics at Queen's University Management School, Queen's University Belfast. Before that he was a Max Weber Postdoctoral Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence. He is an economic historian and a historical economist, and his work addresses problems in business and financial history. He is an expert on the history of cooperative banking and microfinance institutions, and on the causes and consequences of financial crises in the interwar period.

Belfast
United Kingdom

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Mr Richard Comotto
Senior Visiting Fellow
Senior Visiting Fellow at the ICMA Centre specialising in short-term markets (FX and money markets), in particular, the repo and securities lending markets. Director of the ICMA's semi-annual European repo market survey, its annual Professional Repo Market course and its GMRA-GMSLA Workshops. Closely involved in current regulatory discussions on repo markets. Served for 10 years in the Bank of England (1979-89), including the Bank’s International and Foreign Exchange Divisions and on secondment to the UK Delegation to the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC (1987-89).

Reading
United Kingdom

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