Charles W Calomiris
Charles W. Calomiris is Henry Kaufman Professor of Financial Institutions at Columbia Business School, a Professor at Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs, and a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research. He is a member of the Advisory Scientific Committee of the European System Risk Board, the Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee, the Shadow Open Market Committee, the Financial Economists Roundtable, and the Task Force on Property Rights at the Hoover Institution. He has held other positions at the Council on Foreign Relations, the American Enterprise Institute, and the Pew Trusts. He also served on the International Financial Institution Advisory Commission, a US Congressional commission that advised the U.S. government on the reform of multilateral institutions in 1999-2000. In 2011, he was a Houblon-Norman Senior Fellow at the Bank of England.
Professor Calomiris received a B.A. in economics from Yale in 1979 and a Ph.D. in economics from Stanford in 1985. His research and teaching span the areas of banking, corporate finance, financial history, and monetary economics. He is the member of numerous editorial boards, has authored many books and scholarly articles, and is the recipient of research grants from the National Science Foundation and others.
Articles by Charles W Calomiris:
The puzzling pervasiveness of dysfunctional banking
21 March 2014, 4651 reads
A 25% bank equity requirement?
28 November 2013, 15609 reads
Reform or repression: The political constraints to effective banking reform
28 January 2013, 9304 reads
Meaningful banking reform and why it is so unlikely
8 January 2013, 20198 reads
Can governments control the supply of credit? Evidence from a UK policy experiment
3 May 2012, 11103 reads
Stocks and shocks: New evidence on global equity returns
11 December 2010, 10647 reads
The (mythical?) housing wealth effect
6 July 2009, 34870 reads
Financial innovation, regulation, and reform
12 February 2009, 11099 reads
Governments should buy straight preferred stock in their banks
9 October 2008, 7854 reads
A better way to keep the capital in capitalism: A matched preferred stock plan
22 September 2008, 11644 reads
The subprime turmoil: What’s old, what’s new, and what’s next
22 August 2008, 16605 reads
Subprime: Turmoil or 'Minsky moment'?
23 November 2007, 19639 reads