Anthony Bartzokas in an economist by training with extensive experience in academia and policy relevant research. He has worked for 27 years on financial systems, corporate investment, and innovation dynamics with financial support from international institutions and continuous interaction with Multilateral Development Banks, the EU and UN agencies. In his role as knowledge manager, he coordinated international research teams and benefitted from the interaction with policy makers and the business community, especially when it comes to project structuring and the evolving dynamics of capital markets and innovation. He is a former EBRD Board Member and served as Chair of the Audit Committee, Chair of the EU coordination group and member of the Retirement Plan Investment Committee. For 9 years, he was involved in all high-level decision-making processes in the EBRD, from country strategies to project approvals, including the approval and the modalities of EBRD’s engagement in Greece. Prof. Bartzokas is Associate Professor at the University of Athens. He is interested in global public goods, business model analytics and financial innovation. During his fellowship at LSE, Prof Bartzokas is working on three projects: (a) The political economy of sudden stops and macroeconomic adjustment (the case of Greece), (b) Business models of Multilateral Development Banks and (c) Financial innovations and global public goods.