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Domna Michailidou is a Greek economist working on financial crises, public finances and structural reform programmes.
Domna has a wide technocratic experience. She is part of the OECD’s Task Force on the 3rd Competition Assessment for the Hellenic Republic, where she is coordinating the construction sector reforms. She has previously worked as an economist for the OECD Economics Division, has contributed to the 2016 Economic Survey on Greece and has been a consultant for the British Council on numerous reform implementation programmes in the Middle East. Domna also currently teaches Financial Development at the Centre of Development Studies University of Cambridge. Her latest book, "The Inexorable Evolution of Financialisation: Financial Crises in Emerging Markets", was recently published by Palgrave MacMillan. Her work has also appeared in academic journals, institutional reports and the popular press – such as Project Syndicate and the BBC. She holds a PhD on Financial and Development Economics from the University of Cambridge.