Camila Villard Duran is a visiting scholar with the Oxford-Princeton Global Leaders Fellowship Programme (GLF) at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, where she is conducting research on the reform of the international monetary system, regional monetary arrangements and central bank swaps. She also works on the emergence of global currencies.
In Brazil, she is assistant professor of Law at the University of São Paulo (USP) (on sabbatical leave). Camila completed her Ph.D. in international economic law with a double degree at the USP and the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. She carried out an applied and comparative investigation into central bank accountability, published in her book “The legal framework for the monetary policy: a case study of the BCB, the Fed and the ECB” (in French and Portuguese). She is the author of “Law and money: the Brazilian Supreme Court and the judicial review of monetary stabilization policies” (in Portuguese). She writes weekly column on contemporary Brazilian legal publications at the Folha de São Paulo, a Brazilian newspaper.