Fariborz Moshirian is the Director of the Institute of Global Finance (IGF) and an AGSM Scholar at the UNSW Business School, Sydney. The IGF undertake collaborative research on global systemic risk, global governance, financial innovation and global financial stability with the NYU and UCLA. The IGF has done joint work with the Asian Development Bank, the IMF, the World Bank, PwC and a number of world-class research centres. Fariborz was the Bertil Danielsson Professor of Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics. He is a consultant to the Asian Development Bank. He served as the Head of the School of Banking and Finance at UNSW for over four years.
Fariborz has published a number of influential research works in leading international journals, including the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Economics, the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, and the Journal of Banking and Finance. These research works cover subjects such as global governance, global public goods, global financial stability, monetary and macroeconomic policies, interconnectedness, global systemic risk and global prosperity.
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The trade dispute between China and the US has dominated the agenda of G20 in Osaka. Professor Fariborz Moshirian from the UNSW Business School says it was a difficult summit, and discussion of trade means that other issues did not get much attention.