Researcher at the Hertie School of Governance,
Christopher Gandrud is a Lecturer in Quantitative International Political Economy at City University London and Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Fiscal Governance Centre, Hertie School of Governance. His research focuses on the international political economy of public financial and monetary institutions, as well as applied social science statistics and software development. His work has been published in peer reviewed journals including the Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of Peace Research, Research and Politics, Review of International Political Economy, Political Science Research and Methods, Journal of Statistical Software, and International Political Science Review. He has been a Lecturer in International Relations at Yonsei University and a Fellow in Government at the London School of Economics where in 2012 he completed a PhD in quantitative political science.
How not to create zombie banks: lessons for Italy from Japan
How can Italian banks address the issue of non-perfoming loans? What lessons can they learn from Japan?
The European Union remains a laggard on banking supervisory transparency
Financial supervisors must provide the public with more information about the European banking sector in order to ensure financial stability. The leve
Opaque Europe: financial supervisory transparency, why it’s important, and how to improve it
“Financial supervisory transparency” has been on the agenda of international financial institutions for some time. It concerns the public availability
Financial regulatory transparency: new data and implications for EU policy
This paper introduces a new international financial regulatory data transparency index - the Financial Regulatory Transparency (FRT) Index - in order