E Philip Davis has been Professor at Brunel since 2000, (currently part-time) and is also a Fellow of the UK’s National Institute of Economic and Social Research and an Adviser and Consultant at the International Monetary Fund. Davis left Oxford University in 1980, and was employed by the Bank of England up to 2000 except for two periods on secondment, to the Bank for International Settlements and the European Monetary Institute.
MA (Politics, Philosophy and Economics) Oxford, MPhil (Economics) Oxford, BA (Theology) London School of Theology
Newest selected publications
Davis, EP. (2017) 'Evaluating Concentration and Distribution Measures of IMF Financial Soundness Indicators'. Place of publication: Brunel Economics and Finance Working Paper No 17-23.Open Access Link
Davis, EP., Karim, D. and Noel, D. (2017) 'Macroprudential policy and financial imbalances'. Place of publication: Brunel Economics and Finance Working Paper 17-22. Available at: http://www.brunel.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/508353/1722.pdf.Open Access Link
Madsen, JB. and Davis, EP. (Accepted) 'Equity Prices, Productivity Growth, and the 'New Economy''.
Davis, EP. (2016) 'Ethics and banking; comparing an Economics and a Christian perspective'. Place of publication: Brunel University.Open Access Link
Davis, EP., Carreras, O. and Piggott, R. (2016) 'Macroprudential tools transmission and modelling'. Place of publication: National Institute of Economic and Social Research. Available at: http://www.niesr.ac.uk/sites/default/files/publications/DP470.pdf.Open Access Link