SAFE Working Paper No. 40
Holger Kraft, Lorenz S. Schendel, Mogens Steffensen
26-01-2010 Finanzinstitutionen: Neue Produkte - Neue Strategien? - Financial Services Providers: New Products - New Strategies?
"Beiträge zum CFS Colloquium", Volume 47
08-07-2011 Newsletter 1/11
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.
12-07-2013 The Risk of European Centralisation
The economic measures that would implicitly support European political union have turned out to be dangerous, writes CFS President Otmar Issing in an opinion piece for European Voice.
05-07-2013 Where is the Monetary Union headed?
CFS President Otmar Issing about the future of the EMU in an opinion piece for Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
02-07-2013 CFS Newsletter 1/2013 published
27-06-2013 Lord Turner appointed CFS Senior Fellow
Adair Lord Turner of Ecchinswell has been appointed a Senior Fellow of the Center for Financial Studies (CFS).
24-06-2013 De Soto defends the Euro
Not the Euro is a problem for Europe but the monetary policy of the European Central Bank (ECB). Jesús Huerta de Soto, Professor of the Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid, vehemently defended the Euro on a lecture of the Center for Financial Studies (CFS) on 21 June.