Dr Daniel Tischer's research interests evolve around the study of (global) finance and banking from a critical perspective, including ethical banking, retail banking studies and a wider engagement with the mutual and cooperative banking sectors.
He studies access to cash since 2018 and published a series of reports on access to cash in the UK. This work benefits from the support of LINK, UK Finance and the Post Office, and some work was undertaken in collaboration with the Financial Conduct Authority and the Payment Systems Regulator.
Dr Tischer has an active research interest in analysing networks, including policy making initiatives around the EC’s Green Finance taxonomy, and the networked organisation of global financial activities (CDOs/CLOs and debt products). The latter uses a ‘networked product’ approach in which technical-legal documentation for products is used to construct network data to provide insights into the pan-jurisdictional organisation of global finance.