Saki Bigio (Columbia University)
Gemeinsame Seminarreihe von / Joint Seminar Series by: Center for Financial Studies / European Central Bank (ECB) / Deutsche Bundesbank
SAFE Working Paper No. 48
Bluhm, Marcel; Jan Pieter Krahnen
This study contains articles based on speeches and presentations at the 14th CFS-IMFS Conference „The ECB and Its Watchers“ on June 15, 2012.
12-12-2013 Newsletter 2/13
The Center for Financial Studies (CFS) conducts independent and internationally-oriented research in important areas of Financial and Monetary Economics, ranging from Financial Stability and Banking Regulation, Household Finance, Law and Economics of Financial Organizations and Trading and Pricing in Financial Markets to Monetary Policy and Financial Markets. CFS is also a contributor to policy debates and policy analyses, building upon relevant findings in its research areas. In providing a platform for research and policy advice, CFS relies on its international network among academics, the financial industry and central banks in Europe and beyond.
14-04-2014 CFS Index continues to rise
Financial institutions expand revenues significantly during the first quarter 2014 / For the first time since early 2013 banks create new jobs
Survey: Financial industry demands sound structural conditions in southern European countries
Survey: Complaints of the European Commission not justified
New version of the “Macroeconomic Model Data Base” available.
Jan Krahnen in the German daily FAZ about the development of the banking union
An opinion piece by Volker Brühl in the German daily "Börsen-Zeitung"
Jan Krahnen gives interview to Revue Banque (French)
An opinion piece by Otmar Issing appeared in today's "Financial Times"