Ryan, John

Professor John Ryan  

Department

Position held

Visiting Fellow

 

Experience keywords:

Britain and the European Union; EMU; German economy; Greece and the eurozone crisis; Monetary and Fiscal Polices; UK economy; cohesion in the EU; competitiveness; credit rating agencies; euro; global currencies

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Professor John Ryan is a Fellow at LSE Ideas (International Strategy and Diplomacy). He is a Research Associate at the Von Hügel Institute of St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge and a Fellow at the EU Integration section of the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Berlin, Germany. Professor John Ryan was Head of School at SCMS London, an international campus of SCMS Cochin, India and a Fellow at the Centre for International Studies, LSE. Professor Ryan has held senior administrative and academic positions at various business schools and policy institutes. He works as a senior adviser for private and public sector organisations. Professor Ryan has recently edited two books with Peter Lang Publishers: The Global Currencies Conundrum published in 2014 and Towards a Resilient Eurozone - Economic, Monetary and Fiscal Policies published in October 2015. Professor Ryan’s current areas of research are: Eurozone Crisis, Global Currencies, and Britain and the European Union.

Sectors and industries to which research relates:

Banking; Financial Services

Countries and regions to which research relates:

China; EU; Germany; UK; USA

Languages:

German [Spoken: Intermediate, Written: Intermediate]

Media experience:

Has written for mainstream press; Radio; TV

Contact Points

LSE email:

j.t.ryan@lse.ac.uk

Alt phone number:

+44 (0)795 176 5549

Alt email:

jmtr2@cam.ac.uk

Publications

2017

Jennings, Will and Lodge, Martin and Ryan, John (2017) Comparing blunders in government European Journal of Political Research. ISSN 0304-4130 (In Press)

2016

Ryan, John (2016) UK referendum and potential Brexit? Schnelldienst, 69 (10). 10-12.

Ryan, John (2016) The European Union at a Crossroads. In: Ifo Annual Meeting 2016, 28 April 2016, Munich, Germany

Ryan, John (2016) What are the Lessons learned from the Greek Crisis and the pathways to more sustainable Eurozone. In: PSA 66th Annual International Conference, 21 - 23 March 2016, Brighton, UK

Ryan, John (2016) The European Central Bank’s lack of democratic legitimacy as a serious flaw. In: The crisis behind the crisis: the European crisis as a multi-dimensional systemic failure of the EU, 31 March - 1st April, Cambridge, UK

Ryan, John (2016) The European Central Bank rules in a democratic void The Broker (18 Feb 2016) Blog entry

Ryan, John (2016) A British exit would harm the EU’s global credibility – and it could rip apart the Conservatives, too LSE Brexit blog (26 Feb 2016) Blog entry

Ryan, John (2016) Forgotten lessons for the Eurozone European Policy Briefs, 43. Egmont Royal Institute for International Relations, Brussels, Belgium.

2015

Ryan, John and Loughlin, John (2015) Historical monetary unions: lessons for the current Eurozone crisis In: Ryan, John, (ed.) Towards a Resilient Eurozone Economic, Monetary and Fiscal Policies. Peter Lang, Oxford, UK. ISBN 9783035395969

Ryan, John (2015) Swiss franc policy conundrum solved Policy Review (26 Jan 2015) Blog entry

Ryan, John (2015) The Eurozone should be flexible with Greece European Spring (10 Feb 2015) Blog entry

Ryan, John (2015) The Eurozone conundrum CEPS news (1 Dec 2015) opinion

Ryan, John (2015) Credit rating agencies and their credibility problem Policy Review (10 Feb 2015) Blog entry

Ryan, John (2015) UK policy towards the EU. In: UK Policy towards the EU, 5 October 2015, London, UK

Ryan, John (2015) The future of the Eurozone. In: The Future of the Eurozone, 19th October 2015, Cambridge, UK

Ryan, John (2015) Greek debt restructuring is preferable to continued austerity or default Policy Review (9 Jan 2015) Blog entry

Ryan, John (2015) Impact of potential disintegration in Europe. In: Konrad Adenauer Foundation Expert conference, 25th September 2015, London, UK

Ryan, John (2015) Debt and deflation in the Eurozone. In: Debt and Deflation in the Eurozone, 1 July 2015, London, UK

Ryan, John (2015) From Grexit to Brexit: Europe at its crossroads. In: Young Königswinter Alumni Conference, 18th September 2015, Berlin, Germany

Ryan, John (2015) The global currencies conundrum. In: The EU and China: Reform and Governance International Conference, 4 May 2015, Brussels, Belgium

Ryan, John (2015) Heavy handed ECB & domestic incompetence compounded Irish Euro crisis. In: Twenty Second International Conference of Europeanists, 9th July 2015, Paris, France

Ryan, John (2015) Capital markets union: an overview. In: Konrad Adenauer Foundation, KPMG and Standard Chartered Capital Markets Union stimulation, 19 March 2015, London, UK

Ryan, John (2015) Differences over Outright Monetary Transactions (OMT) could lead to constitutional conflict between German and EU courts Policy Review (22 Jan 2015) Blog entry

Ryan, John (2015) Eurozone sovereign debt restructuring is unavoidable. In: How we cope with the problem of legacy debt in the euroarea?, 4 March 2015, Brussels, Belgium

Ryan, John (2015) The emergence of a multipolar currency regime. In: The emergence of a multipolar currency regime: KAS and LSE Ideas experts workshop, 28th October 2015, London, UK

Ryan, John (2015) Germany and the European Central Bank cling to austerity policies that have failed. In: International Network for Economic Research (INFER), 17th Annual Conference, 21 March 2015, Luton, UK

Ryan, John (2015) Debt restructuring is preferable to continued austerity or default for Greece and the Eurozone In: Gerodimos, Roman, (ed.) First thoughts on the 25 January 2015 election in Greece. GPSG Pamphlet (No 4). Greek Politics Specialist Group, Bournemouth.

Ryan, John (2015) Could a eurosceptic party win a national election? And what could be the consequences of Grexit?. In: Could a eurosceptic party win a national election? And what could be the consequences of Grexit, 23 January 2015, London, UK

Ryan, John and Polner, Gergely and Dorrington, Ashley (2015) What EU member states want from the CMU proposals? British Bankers Association, News (30 Sep 2015) Blog entry

Polner, Gergely and Ryan, John (2015) Capital Markets Union: a work in progress quick and high impact measures for the Capital Markets Union European Policy Briefs, 37. Egmont Institute, Brussels, Belgium.

Ryan, John (2015) Chinese renminbi arrival in the “Tripolar” global monetary regime China & World Economy, 23 (6). 44-55. ISSN 1671-2234

White, Lawrence J. and Ryan, John and Gomes, Pedro Maia (2015) Study on the feasibility of alternatives to credit ratings: final report EV-04-15-587 EN. European Commission, Brussels, Belgium. ISBN 9789279505904

2014

Ryan, John (2014) Eurozone crisis causes Swiss vulnerability and dependence Policy Review (13 Jan 2014) Blog entry

Ryan, John (2014) Debt restructuring in Ireland is unavoidable next step Policy Review (8 May 2014) Blog entry

Ryan, John (2014) The German economic model and the Eurozone crisis Policy Review (16 Jun 2014) Blog entry

Ryan, John (2014) Sovereign debt restructuring: the ECB’s troubling policy conundrum Policy Review (28 Apr 2014) Blog entry

Ryan, John (2014) Eurozone crisis causes Swiss policy conundrum Social Europe. ISSN 2046-9810

Ryan, John (2014) Eurozone sovereign debt restructuring is unavoidable Madariaga Paper, 7 (5). 2-7. ISSN 2033-7574

Ryan, John (2014) China and the global role of currencies In: Ryan, John, (ed.) The global currencies conundrum. Peter Lang Publishers, Bern. ISBN 9783034317672

Ryan, John (2014) The ECB’s troubling future policy conundrum Social Europe. ISSN 2046-9810

Ryan, John (2014) China and the emergence of a multipolar currency regime Madariaga Paper, 7 (10). 2-7. ISSN 2033-7574

Ryan, John (2014) Alan Greenspan and the decline of the Federal Reserve’s dollar policy In: Ryan, John, (ed.) The global currencies conundrum. Peter Lang Publishers, Bern. ISBN 9783034317672

2013

Ryan, John (2013) Credit rating agencies: are they credible? International Journal of Public Policy, 9 (1/2). 4-22. ISSN 1740-0600

2012

Ryan, John (2012) Do we need credit rating agencies Social Europe Journal. ISSN 2046-9810

Ryan, John (2012) Why we need comprehensive debt restructuring in Europe Social Europe Journal. ISSN 2046-9810

Ryan, John (2012) How credible are the credit rating agencies? Public Service Europe.

Ryan, John (2012) EU nust restructure debt to solve the eurozone crisis World Politics Review.

Ryan, John (2012) The negative impact of credit rating agencies and proposals for better regulation Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP) Working paper, 1. Research Division EU Integration, German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Berlin, Germany.

Ryan, John (2012) Greenspan and Bernanke the chief architects of dollar destruction Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, Germany. ISBN 9783846582619

2011

Ryan, John (2011) Responses to the eurozone crisis. In: Paths through the crisis: can enhanced financial integration provide the way forward for Asia and Europe, 2 December 2011, Brussels, Belgium

Ryan, John (2011) European policy options to strengthen regional and global financial integration. In: The Impact of the Crisis on Regional Economic and Financial Integration in Asia and Europe, 14-16 September 2011, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Ryan, John (2011) After a Greek default - restructuring by 2012 for the Irish economy? Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP) Working paper, 2. Research Division EU Integration, German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Berlin, Germany.

Ryan, John (2011) Power shifts between Europe, nations and regions Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, Germany. ISBN 9783845470276

Ryan, John (2011) The decline of the dollar: the loss of the exorbitant privilege. In: UACES Exchanging Ideas on Europe, 5 September 2011, Cambridge, England

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