Brendan Brown

Senior Fellow

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At A Glance:

Brendan Brown is a non-resident senior fellow at Hudson Institute. His work focuses on international economics and finance. 

Biography

Brendan Brown is a non-resident senior fellow at Hudson Institute. He is a monetary economist whose areas of special expertise include monetarism in theory and practice, asset inflation, Austrian School monetary tradition, European monetary integration, Japanese monetary issues, the global flow of capital, and international financial history.

Dr. Brown has developed practical tools of market analysis based on a distillation of his academic work in the above areas. He has constructed and applied the tools during a long career in international finance, including as the chief economist for Europe and Middle East at MUFG and now as founding partner of MacroHedgeAdvisors and MonetaryScenarios.

Dr. Brown is a senior fellow at the Mises Institute (USA).

He has published many books on contemporary finance and financial history. His most recent are A Guide to Good Money: Beyond the Illusions of Asset Inflation, cowritten with Robert Pringle (Palgrave Macmillan, 2022), and Europe’s Century of Crises under Dollar Hegemony, cowritten with Philippe Simonnot (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020). Earlier titles included Monetary Chaos in Europe 1914–31 (Routledge reprint, 2012) and Flight of International Capital (Routledge reprint, 2017).

Dr. Brown received a PhD from University of London, MBA from University of Chicago, MSc from London School of Economics, and MA from Cambridge University.

Dr. Brown is a columnist with Nikkei Veritas (Tokyo).

Events
15
November 2022
Past Event
How America Should Lead the Way to Good Money
Featured Speakers:
Brendan Brown
Robert Pringle
Harold Furchtgott-Roth
Dollar Money Federal Reserve
15
November 2022
Past Event
How America Should Lead the Way to Good Money

The current money regime in the United States and abroad has led to a squandered economic miracle, a global financial crisis, a decade of increasingly severe economic sclerosis, and now the Great Pandemic Inflation that has culminated in the present Great Disinflation.

Tuesday 5:00 - 6:00AM
Dollar Money Federal Reserve
Featured Speakers:
Brendan Brown
Robert Pringle
Harold Furchtgott-Roth
15
October 2020
Past Event
How U.S. Inflation Exposes Europe To a Third German Monetary Shock
Featured Speakers:
Brendan Brown
Stephen Martus CFA
15
October 2020
Past Event
How U.S. Inflation Exposes Europe To a Third German Monetary Shock

Brendan Brown, drawing on themes from his just published dialogue book co-authored with Philippe Simonnot, “Europe’s Century of Crises under Dolla

Thursday 8:00 - 9:00AM
Featured Speakers:
Brendan Brown
Stephen Martus CFA
15
November 2018
Past Event
The Case Against 2 Percent Inflation
Featured Speakers:
Brendan Brown
Alex J. Pollock
(Photo Illustration by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
15
November 2018
Past Event
The Case Against 2 Percent Inflation

Brendan Brown and Alex J. Pollock discuss inflation and central banking

Thursday 7:00 - 8:30AM
(Photo Illustration by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
Featured Speakers:
Brendan Brown
Alex J. Pollock
21
June 2017
Past Event
Monetary Policy, Trade, and Politics: An Update on the Transatlantic Relationship
Featured Speakers:
Peter Rough
Thomas J. Duesterberg
Brendan Brown
Benjamin Haddad
Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron, Donald Trump, and Theresa May at the G7 summit, Sicily, May 26, 2017 (MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)
21
June 2017
Past Event
Monetary Policy, Trade, and Politics: An Update on the Transatlantic Relationship

Thomas J. Duesterberg, Brendan Brown, Benjamin Haddad, and Peter Rough discuss transatlantic trade, monetary policy, and the NATO military alliance.

Wednesday 7:45 - 9:30AM
Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron, Donald Trump, and Theresa May at the G7 summit, Sicily, May 26, 2017 (MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)
Featured Speakers:
Peter Rough
Thomas J. Duesterberg
Brendan Brown
Benjamin Haddad