IamA Lecturer in Finance and Financial Regulation, AMA about The Big Short, global financial crisis, medieval and historical finance, and more!
My short bio: I'm Dr Tony Moore, Lecturer in Finance at the International Capital Markets Association (ICMA) Centre at the University of Reading, UK. I'm Programme Tutor on the MSc in Financial Regulation, a part-time degree for practicing regulators offered in collaboration with the Financial Conduct Authority.
I convene the modules ‘Stakeholders and the Business of Finance’ for the MSc and ‘Topics in Finance’ for third-year undergraduates and I'm currently programme director of the MA by Research in Economic History in the Centre for Economic History and has taught for the Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies and the Department of History.
My chief research areas are the history of finance and medieval history - and especially the history of finance during the Middle Ages - and I'm series editor of Palgrave Studies in the History of Finance. Other interests include contemporary perceptions of finance, the social utility of finance and the history of regulation.
AMA about The Big Short, financial regulation, global financial crises, medieval currency collapses, and more. I'll be online from 3pm GMT or 10am EST.
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