Professeur des universités - Banking and FinanceCNU : SECTION 05 - SCIENCES ECONOMIQUES
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Regulation, Financial Crises, Central Banking
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Michael Brei is Professor of Economics at the University of Lille. He is Vice Dean for International Relations at the Faculty of Economics, Social Sciences, Geography and Planning (FaSEST). In this position, he is dedicated to foster the internationalization of study programs. He also is Program Coordinator for the 1st year of the Master in Banking and Finance (Master MBFA – Monnaie, Banque, Finance, Assurance). Prior to this, he worked as Lecturer at the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies (2015-2018) and Assistant Professor at the University Paris Nanterre (2010-2015). Michael's research has examined subjects such as the effects of the Basel III capital regulation on the pro-cyclicality of the banking sector. He has also studied banking markets in Central America and the Caribbean focusing on financial transparency, bank intermediation margins and sovereign risk spillovers. He has published in recognized international journals including the Journal of Banking and Finance, Economic Policy and the Journal of International Money and Finance. His work has also been cited in the international media. Michael holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Bonn within the European Doctoral Program in Quantitative Economics (Bonn Graduate School of Economics & Paris School of Economics), where he also obtained his Master degree in Economics.