Philip Turner is a visiting fellow at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) and University of Basel. He was formerly deputy head of the monetary and economic department and a member of the senior management of the Bank for International Settlements. Earlier positions include work at the OECD in Paris (1976–89) and as a visiting scholar at the Bank of Japan in Tokyo (1985–86). He read economics at Churchill College, Cambridge, and has a PhD from Harvard University.
Philip is a Contributory Editor to Central Banking, writing regularly for the Viewpoint column, which brings together timely analysis from experts across the globe.
Urgent action needed to tackle danger; current macro-pru tools still inadequate
Swapping longer-term bonds for Treasury bills would expedite process
Target2 has emerged as eurozone’s financing entity for structural balance-of-payments gaps