Stijn Claessens

Stijn Claessens (born Constantijn Anton Marie Francois Claessens, June 19, 1959) is a Dutch economist who currently serves as the Head of Financial Stability Policy department of the Bank for International Settlements. He worked for fourteen years at World Bank beginning in 1987 until 2001 where he assumed various positions including that of Lead Economist. Following his tenure at the World Bank he became Professor of International Finance Policy at the University of Amsterdam where he remained for three years and still is on the faculty. Stijn has many distinguished academic publications and his work has been cited in many outlets including ''The Wall Street Journal'', ''The Financial Times'', ''The Economist'', ''The Washington Post'' and various other publications and he has appeared in several television programs. Provided by Wikipedia

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Published 2013
International Monetary Fund

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by Claessens, Stijn
Published 2014
International Monetary Fund

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Published 2014
International Monetary Fund

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by Claessens, Stijn
Published 2014
International Monetary Fund

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by Claessens, Stijn
Published 2010
International Monetary Fund

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by Claessens, Stijn
Published 2009
International Monetary Fund

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Published 2000
World Bank

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Published 1998
World Bank, Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network, Economic Policy Division

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Published 1998
World Bank, East Asia and Pacific Region and Development Research Group

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by Claessens, Stijn
Published 1999
World Bank

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by Claessens, Stijn
Published 2006
World Bank

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by Claessens, Stijn
Published 2005
The World Bank
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by Claessens, Stijn
Published 1997
World Bank, Office of the Regional Vice President, East Asia and Pacific, and Europe and Central Asia, and Middle East and North Africa Technical Dept., Finance and Private Sector Development Division

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by Claessens, Stijn
Published 1995
World Bank, Europe and Central Asia, and Middle East and North Africa Technical Dept., Private Sector and Finance Team