Mary Dowell-Jones

Mary is a research fellow at the University of Nottingham, UK, specializing in international law and finance, including financial stability, risk, financial crises and the role of international law in governing the conduct of corporations. She has a Ph.D. in international law, and has also worked in banking. Her main interest is in trying to figure out how you balance and stabilize the global financial system so that it works in everyone's interest, contributing to healthy economic growth and innovation without the cycles of excess that regularly plunge the world into crisis. She is also a long distance runner, which gives her plenty of time to mull all this over.


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