Tilburg University and CEPR
Sylvester Eijffinger is Professor of Financial Economics at Tilburg University and Board Member of the European Banking Center in Tilburg, as well as Visiting Professor of Economics at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA during the Spring semester of 2008. He held, amongst others, Visiting Professorships at University of Johannesburg, Universidade Catolica Portuguesa, and the University of Munich. Professor Eijffinger has a keen interest in monetary and fiscal policy and European economic and financial integration, and was Visiting Scholar at the Deutsche Bundesbank, the Bank of Japan, the Banque de France, the Bank of England, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, as well as Special Advisor to the International Monetary Fund and the European Commission.
Professor Eijffinger has published widely in prestigious economics journals, such as the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, the Journal of Banking and Finance, the Journal of Public Economics, Oxford Economic Papers, the Open Economies Review, and the European Journal of Political Economy. He is editor of several professional journals and newsletters, as well as Programme Director of the European Summer Institute of the Centre for Economic Policy Research, London. He is one of the founding fathers of the newly established European Banking Center in Tilburg. Sylvester Eijffinger was during three years a member of the Council of Economic Advisers of the Dutch Parliament and is still a member of the Monetary Experts Panel of the European Parliament for the Monetary Dialogue with the ECB.
Articles by Sylvester Eijffinger:
Policy preferences of central bankers and the design of a monetary-policy committee
7 May 2013, 6399 reads
Monetary policy and banking supervision
19 December 2012, 5536 reads
Banking union and ambiguity: Dare to go further
23 November 2012, 7097 reads
Impact of Basel liquidity rules on interbank money markets
13 October 2012, 9159 reads
Coordinating European financial supervision
24 October 2009, 10176 reads
European recovery plans: Sound principles, but not enough
5 February 2009, 22199 reads
Europe does not face deflation danger
15 January 2009, 10080 reads
Crisis management in the EU
4 December 2008, 7439 reads
Are OECD central banks too transparent?
12 August 2008, 9036 reads
Reichlin, Turner, Woodford