The book entitled “Financial Innovation: Too Much or Too Little?”, edited by Michael Haliassos and published by MIT Press, emerged from the symposium in honour of the 2009 recipient, Robert Shiller of Yale University. Most of the contributors to the book are renowned academics who participated in this symposium – among them Robert Shiller himself – but the book extends well beyond the ideas expressed in the symposium and stands as a scholarly contribution to discussion of financial innovation, its role in generating the crisis, and its potential role in causing or averting future financial crises.
This book entitled " The Science and Practice of Monetary Policy Today", edited by Volker Wieland and published by Springer, presents important aspects of the New-Keynesian theory of monetary policy and its implications for the practical decision-making of central bankers today. The book brings together new contributions from leading scientists and experienced policymakers presented at an academic symposium on the occasion of the awarding of the DB Prize 2007 to Michael Woodford.
In 2010, the Stiftungsfonds Deutsche Bank im Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft is donating a prize for the best paper published in the Review of Finance, the "Deutsche Bank Prize in Financial Economics Review of Finance - Best Paper Award".
2005 - 2011
The DB Prize brochure “A View on 2005 – 2011” was issued due to the 4th edition of the award.