Thomas Walsh, a British citizen, worked as a Research Assistant at Bruegel in the area of macroeconomics from August 2014 to August 2015.
He holds a Master’s degree in Economics from the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics with a thesis entitled “The Credit Channel of Monetary Policy at the Zero Lower Bound: A FAVAR Approach”.
He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Econometrics from the University of Bristol.
Previously, Thomas worked at the European Central Bank as a Trainee in the Statistics Development and Coordination division, working primarily with the ECB’s SME access to finance survey, SAFE.
He has also held positions as Research Assistant at the Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow and as Intern at the Centre for Market and Public Organisation, University of Bristol.
His research interests cover macroeconomics and finance, particularly monetary policy transmission and central bank decision making. Thomas speaks English, conversational Spanish, and basic German.
The purpose of our report is to provide a comprehensive overview of capital
movements in Europe in a global context.
European stock prices, financial contagion and the trade exposure to China. How the turmoil in China’s stock market is affecting European stock market
Following on from our previous blogs, we take another look at the intra-day developments in financial markets after yesterday’s European Council meeti
Following on from our blog on Monday, we take another look at the intra-day developments in the sovereign bond markets. So far, there appear to be no