Professor Sujit Kapadia
We are delighted to welcome Professor Sujit Kapadia, Head of Research for the Bank of England, as a guest speaker to our Macrotheory seminars on the 18 April 2016. Sujit will present his recent work on 'Interactions of monetary policy and macro-prudential policy' to PhD students and academic staff within the School.
Sujit Kapadia is Head of Research at the Bank of England. He developed the Bank’s ‘One Bank Research Agenda’, launched in February 2015, and is responsible for its delivery. His own research encompasses macroprudential policy, monetary policy, banking regulation, stress testing, financial networks and contagion, and he has published extensively on all of these topics. Sujit is also the founding editor of the Bank’s staff blog, Bank Underground.
Sujit joined the Bank in 2005 after completing a PhD in economics from the University of Oxford. In previous roles, he led on developing the macroprudential policy framework for the Bank’s Financial Policy Committee and was a founder member of its Secretariat, led on key aspects of the Bank’s contributions to the international debate on reforming banking regulation in Basel and Europe, and made a significant contribution to the development of the Bank’s stress testing model, RAMSI. He also had spells at the Reserve Bank of India in 2013 and 2014, reviewing aspects of their monetary policy framework and assessing their financial literacy initiatives.
The Economics and Macrotheory seminar series gratefully acknowledges the support from the MacFie Bequest.