Areas of Expertise
European Central BankEconomic and Monetary policy (and EMU)Euro / EurozoneInternal Market (Single Market)EU - the basics; or How Does the EU Work?History of European IntegrationReferendums and national electionsReform of the European UnionSubsidiarityTreaties: Treaty on European Union (Maastricht)GermanyFranceIrelandUnited KingdomEuro crisis
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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.