We are glad to present new editorial board members who will add their expertise to the review process and assuring that our journals correspond to the high standards of the academic publishing.
New Editorial Board members for the Journal of Governance and Regulation are presented below:
Amine Tarazi, Professor of Economics, Head of Economics Department, Director of Research Center LAPE and Master and PhD programs in Banking and Finance LAPE, Université de Limoges, France
Amine Tarazi is a professor of Economics and Finance at the University of Limoges (France) where he is currently the Director of a research center, LAPE, and Head of the Economics department. He served as a Vice-President in charge of Research and President of the Scientific Board of the University. He earned his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Limoges in 1992 and holds a MSc in Money, Banking and Finance from the University of Birmingham (UK). He also served as a research consultant for ACPR (French Prudential Supervisory Authority), where he is currently a member of the Scientific Committee, and has visited universities in many countries. He has coordinated several European Commission backed research projects and other international research programs. His current research interests relate to financial institutions, bank risk and prudential regulation.
Dalvinder Singh, Professor, School of Law, University of Warwic, the UK
Prof. Singh teaches and is doing research on the area of bank and financial regulation from both a theoretical and practical perspective. He focuses on the UK system as well as significant aspects of the US system as well the European and international dimensions. He has researched, written and presented on a variety of matters namely the structure of regulation and supervision, risk-based system of supervision, legal accountability of regulators, corporate governance, enforcement sanctions, deposit insurance and the use of external auditors. He is also interested in the area of financial sector reform examining the role of the IMF and World Bank, as well as from a variety of regional perspectives. More recent areas of research include bank insolvency and deposit insurance, both from a comparative perspective.
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