Director of the Institute of International Monetary Research since January 2016. A Doctor of Economics since 2003 (UAM University at Madrid) and lecturer in Economics at the University of Buckingham since 2012, Juan Castañeda has experience working and researching in monetary policy and central banking. He has worked with the European Parliament’s Committee of Economic and Monetary Affairs and submitted written evidence for a UK Parliament report on the euro. He is an Honorary Senior Visiting Fellow in the faculty of finance (Cass Business School).
He has released a new book (co-edited with Geoffrey Wood and David Mayes), ‘European Banking Union. Prospects and Challenges with Routledge (2016); and co-authored (with Geoffrey Wood and Forrest Capie) a chapter, ‘Central Bank Independence in Small Open Economies’, in Bordo, M. , Eitrheim, O. , Flandreau, M. and Qvistag, J. (eds.) (2016): Central Banks at a Crossroads. What can we learn from History? Cambridge University Press.