Bart Stellinga (PhD) teaches the interdisciplinary course "Making money", in which students learn about money and banking from a variety of academic disciplines. He has recently finished his PhD-dissertation called "The financial valuation crisis", discussing the politics of financial regulation, with a specific focus on the following domains: accounting standards, macroprudential policy, and credit rating agencies. The research was part of the Horizon 2020 project: ‘European Legitimacy in Governing through Hard Times: the role of European Networks’ (ENLIGHTEN).
He also works for the Dutch Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR), where he is currently part of a research team that looks at the different aspects of money creation. Before that he was in a project on the contribution of the financial sector to sustainable economic growth, a project on food policy, and a project on the liberalisation and privatisation of public sector activities. (see this link).