Frank Milne

Frank Milne received his B.Econ. (1968), and M.Ec.(1970) from Monash University, and his Ph.D. from the Australian National University in 1975. He has held positions at the University of Rochester, the Australian National University and the Australian Graduate School of Management. He has been a visiting Professor at many major Economics Depts. and Business schools, including, Stanford, Chicago, London Business School, University of Paris, University of Heidelberg and many other universities. He joined the Queen’s Dept. of Economics in 1991. In July 2000 he was appointed to the BMO Chair in Economics and Finance in the Dept. of Economics.
He has published many papers in leading economics and finance journals. He is the author of Finance Theory and Asset Pricing, Oxford University Press, second edition, 2002; and coauthor with Edwin Neave of Current Directions in Financial Regulation, John Deutsch Policy Forum Series: Queen’s University, 2005; coauthor with David Longworth of Preparing for Pandemics: Lessons from the Global Financial Crisis and Covid-19.
For many years he has acted as an advisor and consultant for various branches of the Australian and Canadian governments. He has been a regular visitor to the Financial Stability Section at the Bank of England. In 2008-9 he was a Special Advisor at the Bank of Canada during the financial crisis.