Robert N McCauley does policy-relevant and market-savvy research on international financial markets, the international monetary system and corporate finance. His research spans the international monetary system (exorbitant privilege, Triffin dilemma), reserve management (currency and instrument composition), money, bond and foreign exchange markets (dollar zone, covered interest parity, non-deliverable forwards) and renminbi internationalisation. Bob combines deep analysis with broad communication: The Financial Times, the Economist, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times cite his work extensively. He has enjoyed teaching courses on banking and international finance in business and law schools. He spent most of his career at the Bank for International Settlements and, before that, at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He is a Nonresident Senior Fellow at Boston University's Global Development Policy Center and Senior Research Associate at the Global History of Capitalism project of the Oxford Centre for Global History at the University of Oxford. He serves on the scientific committee of the Fondation Banque de France.