Scholarly Comments on Academic Economics

Geoffrey Wood

The bio below comes from a published article and may now be dated.

Geoffrey Wood is Professor of Economics at Cass Business School, London, and Visiting Professorial Fellow in Commercial Law at the University of London. In the past he has worked in the Bank of England and in the US Federal Reserve System. He has acted as an adviser to the New Zealand Treasury. He has published twelve books and over a hundred professional papers in the fields of banking, monetary policy, and regulation. Recently he has written extensively on monetary history, primarily of the UK. For the Institute of Economic Affairs he has written several monographs, and he contributes regularly to the Institute’s journal Economic Affairs. His original article on the 364 economists, which is to be reprinted by the IEA in March 2006, first appeared Economic Affairs in 1981.