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Professor Geoffrey Wood has lectured in Economics at the University of Warwick and in Banking and Finance at City University, London, where he has been Professor since 1986. He worked at the Bank of England as Economist, and later as Special Adviser on Financial Stability. He was also Visiting Scholar at the Federal Bank of St Louis. He has acted as economic adviser to various firms and organisations, including W. Greenwell & Co., Buckmaster & Moore, the Union Discount Company of London, the New Zealand Treasury and the Bank of Finland. Visiting professorships have taken him to universities around the world: South Carolina, Harvard, London, Athens and Oxford. Since 1991 he has been a trustee of the Wincott Foundation. He is the author, co-author or editor of over twenty books, and he has published over fifty papers in academic journals, as well as doing a good amount of written and broadcast journalism. Recent books co-edited with F.H. Capie include: The Development of Monetary Theory in the 1920s and 1930s (1999); Policy Makers on Policy (2001); Monetary Unions: Theory, History, Public Choice (2003); The Lender of Last Resort (2007), and with David Mayes The Structure of Financial Regulation (2007).