Marc Quintyn is division chief, Africa, at the IMF Institute since 2006. In that capacity he teaches macroeconomics and more specialized topics. He has been with the IMF since 1989 and worked most of his career on monetary and financial sector issues, as a member of surveillance and program missions, FSAPs, and technical assistance work. He received his PhD from the University of Ghent, Belgium. Before joining the IMF, Marc Quintyn was Assistant Professor Money and Finance, University of Ghent, Belgium (1979-83); economist at the Research Department, National Bank of Belgium (1984 -89); and Professor at the University of Limburg, Belgium (1986 -89). Marc Quintyn published numerous books, papers and articles on European monetary and financial integration, monetary policy, financial sector reform, and more recently, on institutional and governance aspects of banking regulation and supervision and central banking.
Articles by Marc Quintyn :
Should Europe reconsider its supervisory governance? Two is better than one
14 October 2012, 5725 reads
The European Banking Authority: Are its governance arrangements consistent with its objectives?
7 February 2011, 10390 reads
Can I trust the government? New evidence on democracies and financial development
23 September 2010, 8422 reads
Measuring convergence in the new European system of financial supervisors
11 August 2009, 7668 reads
Assessing the Obama administration’s financial supervision white paper
1 August 2009, 7114 reads
Reforming the financial supervision architecture
3 February 2009, 26908 reads
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