PhD Candidate, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge
Anil Ari is a PhD Candidate in the Faculty of Economics at the University of Cambridge. His research focuses on Sovereign Risk, Open Economy Macroeconomics and Macro-Financial Linkages.
His current research topics include:
- the interaction between banks and depositors in the advent of a sovereign debt crisis, with particular attention to self-fulfilling shifts in sentiments.
- the development of a general equilibrium model with an endogenously determined shadow banking sector size and the implications thereof for financial stability
- the role of exchange rate flexibility in determining a small open economy's vulnerability to sovereign debt crises.
Anil currently holds a student scholarship from the Cambridge-INET Institute and has been awarded a Junior Fellowship from the Royal Economics Society for the following academic year. He is also a Teaching Fellow in the Faculty of Economics and has recently completed a traineeship in the European Central Bank, DG-Macroprudential Policy & Financial Stability, where he started his work on shadow banking.