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Mark Mink

Mark Mink

Mark Mink

Economics and Research Division

Short bio

Mark Mink is Head of the Business Cycle and Macro Economic Analysis Department in the Economics and Research Division of De Nederlandsche Bank. After joining the central bank in 2007, he worked in the Supervision Strategy Department, the Economic Policy Department, and in the Monetary Policy Department, and visited for one year the Division of Research & Statistics of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors in Washington DC. He obtained his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Groningen in 2012.


2012 – Ph.D in Economics, University of Groningen
2007 – M.Sc (research) in Economics, University of Groningen

Working papers

How banks respond to distress: shifting risks in Europe's banking union (with Iman van Lelyveld and Rodney Ramcharan), DNB Working Paper 669, January 2020. Download

Bank recapitalizations, credit supply and the transmission of monetary policy (with Sebastiaan Pool), DNB Working Paper 616, December 2018. Download

Publications in refereed journals

Jochen Mierau and Mark Mink (2018), A descriptive model of banking and aggregate demand, De Economist 166, 207-237. Download (Featured in special issue on economics education of TPE-digitaal)

Mark Mink (2015), Measuring stock market contagion: local or common currency returns?, Emerging Markets Review 22, 18-24. Download

Jochen Mierau and Mark Mink (2013), Are stock market crises contagious? The role of crisis definitions, Journal of Banking and Finance 37, 4765-4776. Download

Mark Mink and Jakob de Haan (2013), Contagion during the Greek sovereign debt crisis, Journal of International Money and Finance 34, 102-13. Download

Mark Mink, Jan Jacobs and Jakob de Haan (2012), Measuring coherence of output gaps with an application to the euro area, Oxford Economic Papers 64, 217-36. Download 

Mark Mink and Jakob de Haan (2006), Are there political budget cycles in the euro area?, European Union Politics 7, 191-211. Download

Publications in books

Jakob de Haan, Richard Jong-a-Pin and Mark Mink (2008), What drives business cycle correlation in the pacific rim?, in: Y.W. Cheung and K.Y. Wong (eds.), China and Asia: Economic and Financial Interactions, Routledge, London, 113-31. Download 

Other publications

Mark Mink (2012), Financial system instability: contagion, or common shocks?, SOM dissertation series, University of Groningen. Download Thesis featured on Me Judice and in Economisch Statistische Berichten.

See also my contributions to VoxEU and ESB my profile on Google Scholar.

Latest update: June 2023