Economic and legal scholars as well as practitioners in regulation analyze the European banking union; new volume, edited by SAFE scholars. More
On 22 and 23 September, the SAFE Policy Center held its 3rd SAFE Summer Academy in Brussels. This year's topic: “Banks and markets in Europe’s financial architecture”. More
The ECB’s ELA decision can be justified on the grounds of all publicly available data for Greek banks or other suitable valuations of the banks’ businesses. SAFE Policy Letter No. 46
Does banking regulation keep its promise to make banks and markets more stable? Do different regulatory approaches fit in with each other? Read more in the SAFE Newsletter Q3 2015. 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
|116||Charles Gottlieb||On the Distributive Effects of Inflation||Household Finance|
|115||Andreas Fagereng, Charles Gottlieb, Luigi Guiso||Asset Market Participation and Portfolio Choice Over the Life-Cycle||Household Finance|
|114||Nicole Branger, Christian Schlag, Lue Wu||'Nobody is Perfect': Asset Pricing and Long-Run Survival When Heterogeneous Investors Exhibit Different Kinds of Filtering Errors||Financial Markets|
|113||Bettina Brüggemann, Jinhyuk Yoo||Aggregate and Distributional Effects of Increasing Taxes on Top Income Earners||Macro Finance|
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With its Visitors Program, SAFE offers distinguished colleagues (senior visitors) as well as promising post-doctoral researchers (junior visitors) work stays in Frankfurt. The program's aim is to foster exchange of thoughts and ideas as well as to promote collaboration within an international network.