The purpose of this blog is to keep track of my ideas and to share with the world my views on money, banking, financial markets and asset prices. My approach is very much grounded in Professor Mehrling’s ideas which in turn are based on the legacy of Walter Bagehot, John Hicks and Hyman Minsky. The aim is to cut deeply and bring insights about money in simple terms without being simplistic.
Mihail was born in 1976. He holds a law degree. In 2005 he took a job at the European Court of Human Rights as an assistant lawyer. Since 2009 he lives in Brussels and works in the area of antitrust. Mihail is passionate about understanding how finance and monetary economics work. He has followed the free online courses Economics of Money and Banking (Prof. Mehrling) and Financial Markets (Prof. Shiller) at coursera.org.