Stephany Griffith-Jones

Stephany Griffith-Jones




is the Vice-Governor of the Central Bank of Chile since January 2024.

She was appointed Board member in May 2022. She is an economist, with a PhD in Economics. She is currently Professor Emeritus at IDS, the University of Sussex.  She was Director of Financial Markets at Columbia University's Initiative for Economic Policy Dialogue, Research Associate at ODI London, Non-Resident Research Fellow at the Center for Global Development in Washington DC and Distinguished Fellow at the Climateworks Foundation in California.

She has been Researcher and advisor on international and domestic finance, including capital flows and reform of the international and domestic financial architecture, from a development perspective; the role of national and regional development banks, especially in Europe and Latin America, with particular emphasis on their increasing involvement in financing low-carbon investments. She lead numerous major global research projects on global financial and macroeconomic issues, with networks of senior academics and policymakers from both developed and developing countries.

A prolific author, she has written or edited more than twenty-five books and numerous articles in journals and newspapers. A 2010 OUP book, co-edited with Joseph Stiglitz and José Antonio Ocampo "Time for a Visible Hand", deals mainly with financial regulation. Her 2018/ book, co-edited with José Antonio Ocampo, “The Future of Development Banks” was published by OUP. Former advisor to multiple international organizations, such as the European Commission, the European Parliament, the World Bank, the Commonwealth Secretariat, the IDB, the AfDB, and several UN agencies such as ECLAC, UNDESA, UNDP and various governments and central banks, including the governments of the U.K., Sweden, South Africa and Brazil, and the central banks of Chile, Tanzania, and the Czech Republic.