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Worldwide Network of Shadow Committees

The ESFRC is part of a worldwide network of Shadow Financial Regulatory Committees (SFRCs). Appendices 2-6 of this proposal present a comprehensive overview of the prominent members of the other SFRCs.

On a (bi-)annual basis the Shadow Committees of Asia, Australia-New Zealand, Europe, Japan, Latin America, and the United States meet in a major international city to discuss a theme of common interest, resulting in a joint policy statement. Since 1999, joint statements have been issued in New York (1999), Tokyo (2000), Amsterdam (2001), Washington DC (2002 and 2004), Seoul (2005), Copenhagen (2007) and Santiago de Chile (2009).

 

Here are links to some of other Shadow Committees:
 
US Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee at: http://www.aei.org/raProjectHome?rapId=15
Latin American Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee: http://www.claaf.org/english/introduction.html
Asian Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee at http://www2.hawaii.edu/~fima/ASFRC.htm
Australia-New Zealand Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee: http://www.melbournecentre.com.au/anzsfrc.html
Japan Shadow Financial regulatory Committee: http://news.fbc.keio.ac.jp/%7Efukaozem/sfrc/english.htm


Members Asian SFRC

Australia & China:  Jian-Xin Wang (University of New South Wales, Sydney)

China:                     Qian Sun (Fudan University, Shanghai)

Hong Kong:            Leslie Young (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Indonesia:               Sri Adiningsih (Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta)

Japan:                     Shin-Ichi Fukuda (University of Tokyo)

                               Juro Teranishi (Nihon University, Tokyo)

Korea:                    Sang-Yong Park (Yonsei University, Seoul)

       Dosoung Choi (Seoul National University)

Malaysia:                See Yan Lin (University Sains Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur)

New Zealand:         Martin Young (Massey University, Auckland)

Philippines:             Maria Socorro Gochoco-Bautista (University of the Philippines, Manila)

Singapore:              Jeremy Goh* (Singapore Management University)

Singapore & NZ:    David Ding (Singapore Management University & Massey University, Auckland)

Taiwan:                  Edward Chow (National Chengchi University, Taipei)

                               Chen-Min Hsu (National Taiwan University, Taipei)

Thailand:                Aekkachai Nittayagasetwat (National Institute of Development Administration, Bangkok)                                   

U.S. & Korea:         Ghon Rhee (University of Hawaii & Sung Kyun Kwan University, Seoul)

Netherlands:           Harald Benink (Tilburg University & FMG/LSE)

* Chair

Members Australia-New Zealand SFRC

Christopher Adam (University of New South Wales, Sydney)

Jonathan Batten (Macquarie Graduate School of Management, Sydney)

Glenn Boyle* (Victoria University of Wellington)

Kevin Davis* (University of Melbourne)

Alex Frino (University of Sydney)

Ian Harper (Melbourne Business School)

John Piggott (University of New South Wales, Sydney)

Ian Ramsay (University of Melbourne)

Lawrence Rose (Massey University, Auckland)

Alireza Tourani Rad (Auckland University of Technology)

Andrew Worthington (University of Wollongong)

Harald Benink (Tilburg University & FMG/LSE)

* Co-chair


Members Latin-American SFRC

Argentina:              Roque Fernandez (University del CEMA & Former Minister of Finance)

                               Pablo Guidotti (University Torcuato di Tella & Former Vice-Minister of Finance)

Brazil:                    Pedro Carvalho de Mello (University of Sao Paulo)

Chile:                     Roberto Zahler (Zahler Consulting & Former Central Bank Governor)

Mexico:                  Miguel Mancera (Former Central Bank Governor)

Panama:                 Guillermo Chapman (INDESA Consulting & Former Minister of Planning and Economic Policy)

Peru:                       Liliana Rojas-Suárez* (Center for Global Development, Washington DC)

Venezuela:             Ricardo Haussman (Harvard University, Cambridge & Former Minister of Planning)

                               Ruth de Krivoy (Síntesis Financiera Consulting & Former Central Bank Governor)

Uruguay:                Ernesto Talvi (CERES Consulting, Montevideo)

Netherlands:          Harald Benink (Tilburg University & FMG/LSE)

* Chair

Members Japanese SFRC

Mitsuhiro Fukao (Keio University)

Kimie Harada (Chuo University)

Takeo Hoshi (University of California, San Diego)

Kaoru Hosono (Gakushuin University)

Takatoshi Ito (University of Tokyo)

Souichiro Moridaira (Keio University)

Shuya Nomura (Chuo University)

Masaya Sakuragawa* ( (Keio University)

Zenichi Shishido (Seikei University)

Nobuyoshi Yamori (Nagoya University)

* Chair

Members U.S. SFRC

Marshall Blume (University of Pennsylvania)

Charles Calomiris (American Enterprise Institute)

Kenneth Dam (University of Chicago)

Richard Herring* (University of Pennsylvania)

Paul Horvitz (University of Houston)

Edward Kane (Boston College)

George Kaufman* (Loyola University Chicago)

Kenneth Lehn (University of Pittsburgh)

Hal Scott (Harvard University)

Kenneth Scott (Stanford University)

Peter Wallison (American Enterprise Institute)

* Co-chair