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
Monetary policy and banking supervision should have access to the same data basis – on the European as well as on the national level. Read more about Jan Pieter Krahnen's Y-Model.
SAFE researchers provide a comprehensive overview of the main economic and financial services legislation in the European Union. More
|73||Max Groneck, Alexander Ludwig, Alexander Zimper||A Life-Cycle Model with Ambiguous Survival Beliefs||Household Finance, Macro Finance||2014||Cumulative prospect theory, Choquet expected utility, Dynamic inconsistency, Life-cycle hypothesis, Saving puzzles|
|72||Alexander Ludwig, Matthias Schön||Endogenous Grids in Higher Dimensions: Delaunay Interpolation and Hybrid Methods||Household Finance, Macro Finance||2014||Dynamic Models, Numerical Solution, Endogenous gridpoints Method, Delaunay Interpolation|
|71||Daniel Harenberg, Alexander Ludwig||Social Security in an Analytically Tractable Overlapping Generations Model with Aggregate and Idiosyncratic Risk||Household Finance, Macro Finance||2014||social security, idiosyncratic risk, aggregate risk, welfare, insurance, crowding out|
The SAFE Data Center not only draws on the usual international data sources but also aims to create new European data sets, to bring existing data together and to process them. Its objective is to place the five central research areas of SAFE on a common European data footing.