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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Dr Lazaros Panourgias
Lawyer
Dr Lazaros Panourgias LL B (Athens Law School), LL M (Georgetown University), MA (Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy), Ph D (King's College, London). Since 2006, Lazaros is senior legal counsel at the European Investment Fund (European Investment Bank Group) in Luxembourg, with responsibility for external investment fund vehicles and holding funds (previously, for new investment products). Lazaros is a Member of the Board of Managers of Anthea – Contemporary Art Investment Fund SICAV FIS. A member of the Bar in Athens (Greece) and New York (US), he has previously worked at Herbert Smith, London, and as legal adviser at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and at the Harvard Law School Program on International Financial Systems. He is an expert on financial regulation and international banking, including advising on investment funds and on structuring of financial entities. He is lecturing and publishing on the European and international financial architecture, and contributes to the debate on the current financial crisis (International banking supervisor, Bretton Woods II etc.). Lazaros is author of the book Banking Regulation and World Trade Law (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2006); the book is in the libraries of leading financial institutions, financial regulators, law firms and universities in US, Europe and Asia. He is on the Editorial Advisory Board of the European Business Law Review.

Luxembourg
Luxembourg

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Dr Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra
Lecturer in Sociology
Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra is Lecturer in Sociology at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He read physics at UNAM, Mexico, and holds an MSc and PhD in science and technology studies from the University of Edinburgh. His current research examines the dynamics of technology in financial markets, focusing on the evolution of information dissemination and automated trade execution systems between 1970 and 2010. His research, along with that of other colleagues at LSE and Edinburgh, informed the UK government’s policy on the future computer-based trading in financial markets. More broadly, his research engages with the linkages between markets, technologies, politics and expertise, re-evaluating the role and nature of markets in modern societies. He has published in several journals and across disciplines, including Economy & Society, Cultural Sociology, Journal of Cultural Economy, (sociology), Technology in Society (innovation studies) and Journal of Empirical Finance (financial economics).

London
United Kingdom

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Prof inderjeet parmar
Professor of International Politics
I am professor of International Politics specialising in Us Power and Foreign Policy; Anglo-American Relations; Anglo-American wars; US Foreign Policy Establishment inc. think tanks, foundations, and state agencies.

London
United Kingdom

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Prof Kevin Parrott
Head of Department
Professor of Computational Science Head of Mathematical Sciences

Greenwich
United Kingdom

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Prof Glyn Parry
Professor of Early Modern History
Professor of Early Modern History, research interests centre on England in the sixteenth century and include the financial and economic history of the period.

London
United Kingdom

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Shreepali Patel
Course Leader
Bafta award winning filmmaker, former BBC Producer/ Director. Course leader for BA Film and Television Production. Speciialist areas film, television and interative media, primarily interested in narrative led non-fiction and fiction and exploring creative tools of production.

Cambridge
United Kingdom

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