M.B.A, HEC Paris; M.A., public administration, Institut d'études politiques de Paris
Summary of Experience
Professor Landau, an expert in monetary policy, financial stability and regulation, international monetary systems, and macroprudential regulation, has over 40 years of experience in the public sector, the banking and financial services industries, and academia. He has served as deputy governor of the Banque de France; executive director at the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in Washington, DC; and undersecretary for external economic relations at the French Treasury. He has also been a member of the board of directors for the Bank of International Settlements; a member of the Financial Stability Board; and a member of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development workgroup devoted to economic and financial policy (Working Party 3). Currently, Professor Landau is a professor in the Department of Economics at Sciences Po (Paris), where he is also a former dean of the School of Public Affairs. Additionally, he has been a visiting lecturer at Princeton University and Johns Hopkins University. Professor Landau has provided expert testimony in several international arbitrations. He has also been widely published and quoted in numerous journals and media outlets on topics including the financial crisis, Bitcoin, and global capital flows.