On 9 June, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim gave a speech at Goethe University asking how finance can help to tackle the three major global challenges: poverty, pandemics and climate change. More
Do bank(er)s need to change? Anthropologist and Guardian journalist Joris Luyendijk, SAFE researcher Thomas Mosk and McKinsey Director Daniel Mikkelsen talked about culture in finance. More
Read in the SAFE Newsletter Q2/15: Governor Erkki Liikanen about the challenges in macroprudential policy and, from a legal perspective: why exiting the euro area is not easy. More
On 18/19 May, a Conference on Regulating Financial Markets brought together researchers and central bankers from several countries to discuss recent challenges in financial markets regulation. More
|110||Dirk Krueger, Alexander Ludwig||On the Optimal Provision of Social Insurance||Household Finance, Macro Finance|
|109||Tobias Tröger||Regulatory Influence on Market Conditions in the Banking Union||Financial Institutions|
|108||Sascha Baghestanian, Paul Gortner, Baptiste Massenot||Compensation Schemes, Liquidity Provision, and Asset Prices: An Experimental Analysis||Corporate Finance|
|107||Daniel Powell, Marc Steffen Rapp||Non-Mandatory Say on Pay Votes and AGM Participation: Evidence from Germany||Corporate Finance|
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