Alexander Lehmann

Lecturer at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management


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Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

Dr. Alexander Lehmann is a non-resident fellow at Bruegel, Europe’s top-rated economic policy think tank, and an advisor to a number of central banks and the Asian Development Bank. He has regularly lectured in executive and graduate courses, most recently as adjunct professor at the Berlin-based Hertie School of Governance. In his advisory, research and teaching roles he focuses on how financial systems can become more resilient, recover from crises and support sustainable growth.

Less Until 2016 Alex was the Lead Economist at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) where he headed the strategy and economics unit for central Europe and Baltic countries. From the Bank’s regional office in Warsaw he coordinated policy dialogue with governments and central banks in the region.

Previously, he was an official at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, a consultant for the World Trade Organization and the central bank of Mexico, and worked in research and teaching positions at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) and the London School of Economics. He has published widely on financial policies in the Euro area and emerging markets and holds a graduate degree in economics from the London School of Economics and a doctorate degree from Oxford University.

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