Piet Clement is a historian and Head of the Information & Collaboration section at the BIS. He joined the BIS in May 1995. From 1989 to 1995, Piet was a research assistant at the Belgian State Archives in Brussels and at the Centre for Economic Studies of the Catholic University Leuven, Belgium, where he obtained his PhD in Modern History in 1995.
Fields of interest
- Central banking
- History of economic analysis
- International finance
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BIS Quarterly Review March 2010
- " Financial innovation, regulation and crises in history" (with H James and H Van der Wee (eds)), Pickering & Chatto, London, 2014.
- " The BIS and the Latin American debt crisis of the 1980s" (with I Maes), National Bank of Belgium, Working Paper Research Series, no 247, December 2013.
- "Bank for International Settlements: genesis and historical development", in D Lefort, Bank for International Settlements (BIS), International Encyclopaedia of Laws, Kluwer: Alphen aan den Rijn, 2009, pp 17-33.
- "Introduction: Past and future of central bank cooperation", in C Borio, G Toniolo and P Clement (eds), Past and future of central bank cooperation, Cambridge University Press: New York, 2008, pp 1-15.
- Central bank cooperation at the Bank for International Settlements, 1930-1973, G Toniolo, with the assistance of P Clement, Cambridge University Press: New York, 2005.
- " The touchstone of German credit: Nazi Germany and the service of the Dawes and Young Loans", Financial History Review, vol 11(1), April 2004, pp 33-50.