Jón Daníelsson is director of the ESRC funded Systemic Risk Centre at the London School of Economics

Jón received his PhD in economics from Duke University, where his dissertation focussed on stochastic volatility. His research interests include systemic risk, financial risk forecasting and financial regulations.

Jón has written two books, Financial Risk Forecasting and Global Financial Systems: Stability and Risk and published a number of articles in leading academic journals.

Jon blogs on VoxEU, some posts are

Why macropru can end up being procyclical
The fatal flaw in macropru: It ignores political risk
Why it doesn't make sense to hold bonds
On the financial market consequences of Brexit
Cyber risk as systemic risk
The macro-micro conflict
Volatility, financial crises and Minsky's hypothesis
Are asset managers systemically important?
Why risk is hard to measure
What the Swiss FX shock says about risk models
Model risk: Risk measures when models may be wrong
Political challenges of the macroprudential agenda
Modelling financial turmoil through endogenous risk
Financial regulation built on sand: The myth of the riskometer
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