Mark P. Taylor, one of the most highly cited financial economists in the world, began his career as a foreign exchange trader in the city of London and also spent several years as an advisor at the Bank of England and the International Monetary Fund in Washington, DC. He also worked as a managing director at BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, where he led the European arm of the Global Market Strategies Group, a large global macro investment fund.
Professor Taylor’s research on exchange rates and international financial markets has been published extensively in many of the world’s leading academic and practitioner journals. He is also the author or co-author of a number of books, including two of the leading European textbooks in economics and macroeconomics, co-authored with Professor Greg Mankiw of Harvard University. He has held professorships at Cass Business School, Oxford University, and Liverpool University, and was visiting professor of finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University.
Taylor holds degrees from Oxford University (where he later taught), Birkbeck College, London University, London University’s Institute of Education, and Liverpool University. In 2012, the University of Warwick recognized him with an honorary doctorate for his lifetime contributions to the field of finance. Prior to joining Washington University, he was a professor of finance and served as dean from 2010 to 2016 at Warwick Business School. Taylor is a skilled horologist and has a collection of fine antique English clocks, all of which he has restored himself.
The unprecedented scale and unanimity of the sanctions imposed on Russia have crippled its economy and represent a new form of economic warfare, according to Mark P. Taylor, dean of Olin Business School at Washington University.
Schoolwide efforts are among the threads weaved into the fabric of an Olin Business School MBA program ranked No. 4 in the world for women, according to a Financial Times analysis — placing it behind only Stanford and the University of California, Berkeley among U.S. universities, and China’s Shanghai Jiao Tong, but just ahead of Harvard.
Shakespeare and business. Yoking together these two words seems almost surreal. Yet on April 15, Washington University’s Olin Business School — under the aegis of its dean, Mark P. Taylor — did something which would be unimaginable anywhere else in the United States.
The dean of Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis says while the Fed’s rate hike was widely anticipated, he would have liked to see the Fed hold off until President-elect Trump’s inauguration.
Mark Taylor, dean of Warwick Business School and professor of international finance at the University of Warwick, UK, has been appointed dean of the John M. Olin Business School, according to Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton.