Daniel Fricke

Lecturer in Financial Computing, UCL

Daniel is a lecturer in Financial Computing at UCL. He holds a PhD in Economics and his main research interests are systemic risks in Banking and Finance, aiming to provide policymakers with more solid guidelines in the future.
In particular, his work looks at contagion in banking networks and issues related to speed in financial markets. His collaborators are based at various regulatory and supervisory bodies around the world.

RESEARCH FIELDS

Finance

KEYWORDS

Finance, Financial Economics, Network Theory, and Systemic Risk

AFFILIATIONS

Oxford University and UCL

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