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Have Systemically Important Financial Institutions Gotten Riskier?18 February 2020
Giovanni Calice (Loughborough University)
Have Systemically Important Financial Institutions Gotten Riskier?18 February 2020
Giovanni Calice (Loughborough University)
Loan Types and the Bank Lending Channel28 January 2020
Enrique Moral-Benito (Bank of Spain)
Loan Types and the Bank Lending Channel28 January 2020
Enrique Moral-Benito (Bank of Spain)
Innocent until proven guilty: Dutch Shell Companies and International Tax Planning16 January 2020
Maarten van ’t Riet, Arjan Lejour and Jan Möhlmann (CPB)
Innocent until proven guilty: Dutch Shell Companies and International Tax Planning16 January 2020
Maarten van 't Riet (CPB)
Net Trade Credit and Firm Performance14 January 2020
Yiannis Karavias (Birmingham University)
Net Trade Credit and Firm Performance14 January 2020
Yiannis Karavias (Birmingham University)
The impact of trade liberalization on firms' product and labor market power17 December 2019
Sabien Dobbelaere (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Bayesian learning in high-dimensional state-space models10 December 2019
Hedibert Lopes (INSPER, Sao Paulo)
Risk endogeneity at the lender/investor-of-last-resort3 December 2019
Bernd Schwaab (ECB)
Global banks and synthetic funding: the benefits of foreign relatives26 November 2019
Matias Ossandon Bush (Halle Institute)
The Fed and Lehman Brothers20 November 2019
Laurence Ball (Johns Hopkins University)
On-site inspecting zombie lending19 November 2019
Diana Bonfim (Bank of Portugal)

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