Dr Samuel McPhilemy is a Visiting Fellow in the Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation and is a Policy Analyst in the Structural Policy Division of the Prudential Policy Directorate at the Bank of England. He has previously worked as a researcher and expert contributor at Oxford Analytica.
Dr McPhilemy’s research examines the changing roles and practices of central banks and the evolving architecture of financial governance and financial stability policy in the aftermath of the global financial crisis of 2008-09.
- The political economy of central banking
- Global banking and financial reform
- Global financial governance
- McPhilemy, S. (2016) ‘Integrating Macro-prudential Policy: Central Banks as the ‘Third Force’ in EU Financial Reform’. West European Politics 39(3): 526-44.
- McPhilemy, S. (2014) ‘Integrating Rules, Disintegrating Markets: The End of National Discretion in European Banking?’. Journal of European Public Policy 21(10): 1473-90.
- McPhilemy, S. and Roche, J. (2013) ‘Review of the New European System of Financial Supervision (ESFS) Part 2: The Work of the European Systemic Risk Board – The ESFS’s Macro-Prudential Pillar’. European Parliament Policy Study. Brussels: European Parliament, 116 pages.
- McPhilemy, S. (2013) ‘Formal Rules versus Informal Relationships: Prudential Banking Supervision at the FSA Before the Crash’. New Political Economy 18(5): 748-67.