Michael J. Oliver is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Accounting and Finance. He has spent almost thirty years teaching at various universities in the UK, France and US. He also provides executive education, workshops and a broad range of consultancy in the public and private sectors.
Michael’s research agenda has focused primarily on financial history with a particular emphasis on monetary and exchange rate policy. A core theme of his research is the conflict between domestic and external policy goals and how policymakers have struggled to reconcile these. He has written articles, chapters and books on financial crises, the international monetary system, exchange rate regimes and economic policy. His areas of expertise include monetary history, liquidity in financial markets, financial crises, economics of small island states and family offices and UHNWIs.
Monetary policy; economic history; corporate governance; investment analysis; wealth management