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Angel Ubide

Angel Ubide

Angel Ubide is an expert on central banking,

European affairs, finance, and macroeconomic policy, and is the

director of Global Economics at Tudor Investment Corporation, a leading

global funds management company.

Dr. Ubide is a member of the Steering Committee of the Euro50 Group,

a group of European policy experts that debate economic and political

issues pertaining to the euro area and the global economic system, and

board member of the Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee. He is a

founding member of the European Central Bank's Shadow Governing

Council, which gathers the top European economists for monthly meetings

to decide on what should be the course of monetary policy for the euro

area. He is a research fellow and member of the Macro Policy Group at

the Center for European Policy Studies, where he coauthors their annual

report on the European economy.

He is a regular contributor to the online economic journals Vox (UK) and Telos (France), and to the global affairs journal Aspenia (Italy). He writes a biweekly column in the Spanish newspaper El Pais

and a bimonthly syndicated column for Eurointelligence. Dr. Ubide has

written extensively on international macroeconomics, banking, and

exchange rates, and his work has been published in major academic

journals and leading newspapers. His recent work has focused on the

dynamics of the current credit crisis, the evolution of global

imbalances, and the reform of the international financial architecture.

Dr. Ubide was formerly an economist at the International Monetary

Fund and a management consultant with McKinsey and Co. He holds a PhD

in Economics from the European University Institute in Florence (Italy).

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Angel Ubide

The G20 - a group in search of a mission?

In the last few years, the debate about the supremacy of the G20 over the G7 was simple: the G7 didn’t anymore represent the key players in the global economy, and thus had lost legitimacy. It was time to move to the G20 as the center of global policy coordination. And the success was immediate. […]

By: Angel Ubide Topic: Global Economics & Governance Date: June 16, 2011
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The G20‐a group in search of a mission?

In the last few years, the debate about the supremacy of the G20 over the G7 was simple: the G7 didn’t anymore represent the key players in the global economy, and thus had lost legitimacy. It was time to move to the G20 as the center of global policy coordination. And the success was immediate. […]

By: Angel Ubide Topic: Global Economics & Governance Date: June 16, 2010