Jose-Luis Peydro

Research Professor and Research Associate at Centre De Recerca En Economia Internacional (CREI), ICREA Professor of Economics at UPF-BSE at ICREA-Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Barcelona School of Economics, Professor of Finance at Imperial College London

José-Luis Peydró is ICREA Research Professor, Full Professor of Economics at UPF and Imperial College London, Barcelona GSE Research Professor, CREI Research Associate, CEPR Research Fellow, Bundesbank Research Professor, research advisor of the Bank of Spain, consultant in several central banks and international organizations, and an independent board member at the Catalan Finance Institute (ICF). He has previously been Full Professor of Banking and Finance at Cass Business School, Economist at the ECB, member of the advisory scientific committee at the European Systemic Risk Board, and has held visiting positions at Banque de France, Becker Friedman Institute (U. Chicago), MIT Sloan, IMF, and the World Bank. His research has been published in the top journals in economics and finance and he has also co-written the book Systemic Risk, Crises and Macroprudential Policy (MIT Press, 2015) and several book chapters such as in the Oxford Handbook of Banking (OUP, 2009) or in Finance and Investment: The European Case, (OUP, 2018). Currently he serves as an Associate Editor for SERIEs (the Journal of the Spanish Economic Association) and for the Bank of Spain’s Financial Stability Review. Peydró is recipient of an ERC Consolidator grant (2015–21) on debt and persistence of financial shocks, an ECB Wim Duisenberg Research Fellowship (2018–19), a senior Houblon-Norman and George Fellowship from the Bank of England (2016–17), three MINECO grants on systemic risk (2013–22) and a Fundación BBVA grant on banking and large datasets (2018–20). He has also received grants from MICINN (Ramón y Cajal fellowship –that he declined), the National Bank of Belgium (2012), Bocconi University (2011) and the Czech National Bank (2009). Picture © European Central Bank.