On December 1, 2014, Volker Wieland presented the annual report 2014/15 of the German Council of Economic Experts in a SAFE Policy Center Lecture. More
Read more about the paradoxical effects of model-based capital regulation, the impact of weather on investor behavior and the regulation of CoCo bonds in the Q4 issue of the SAFE Newsletter.
In eleven new video tutorials on FAZ.NET, Andreas Hackethal explains how to find the right investment strategy in order to get more interest rates on your savings. More
On 17 October, the 2nd Frankfurt Conference on Financial Market Policy brought together high-level speakers to discuss the functions and functioning of the shadow or "non-bank" banking sector. More
SAFE Director Jan Pieter Krahnen: The discussion about ABS purchases by the ECB should be used to agree on minimum holding restrictions for the issuing bank. More
|80||Enrique G. Mendoza, Linda L. Tesar, Jing Zhang||Saving Europe?: The Unpleasant Arithmetic of Fiscal Austerity in Integrated Economies||Macro Finance||2014||European debt crisis, tax competition, capacity utilization, fiscal austerity|
|79||Òscar Jordà, Alan M. Taylor||The Time for Austerity: Estimating the Average Treatment Effect of Fiscal Policy||Macro Finance||2014||fiscal multipliers, booms, slumps, output fluctuations, allocation bias, matching, Rubin Causal Model, average treatment effect, propensity score, inverse probability weighting, regression adjustment, local projection, identification|
|78||Harris Dellas, Dirk Niepelt||Austerity||Macro Finance||2014||Austerity, credit rationing, default, incomplete information, investment, growth, pooling equilibrium, separating equilibrium|
|PPPs: Umgehung von Defizitregeln oder höhere Effizienz im Staatssektor?||Alfons J. Weichenrieder||18. Nov 2014|
|Implementing bail-in properly||Jan Pieter Krahnen||13. Nov 2014|
|Bail-In jetzt richtig umsetzen||Jan Pieter Krahnen||13. Nov 2014|
|What Does U.S. Money Market Mutual Fund Reform Portend for the European Union?||
|11. Nov 2014|
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