Category: Banking

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Banking

On bank reserves

New research comparing the impact of bank reserve requirements vs reserve renumeration on liquidity in a closed and an open economy.

Banking

Another look at too-big-to-fail

New research on bank resolution mechanisms and how to solve the too-big-to-fail conundrum.

Banking

Deposit insurance and moral hazard

What can the German Crisis of 1931 teach us about depositors’ behavior.

Banking

On bigger banks

New research on how  increased concentration in the banking industry affects the economy.

Banking

On dynamic banking

When deposits are treated as debt with either stochastic or endogenous maturity, what are the implications for bank regulators and monetary policy?

Banking

Bank stress tests during Covid-19

The COVID-19 crisis served as a natural experiment for bank stress tests. What have we learned from the 2020 stress tests?

Banking

The banking industry during COVID

How has the global banking sector fared so far? What factors could depress the banks ability to lend going forward?

Banking

COVID and European banks

European banks are much stronger now than they were on the eve of the 2008 Financial Crisis. But will they be able to withstand a muted recovery in the aftermath of the COVID crisis?

Banking

Negative interest rates and bank lending

Two contrasting views on whether negative policy rates increases or decreases bank credit.

Banking

On SOFR

SOFR is an alternative to LIBOR: how is it determined and what are its shortcomings?

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