SAFE has compiled its research and policy output on the topics banking union, systemic risk, shadow banking, and Empowering Private Investors on focal topic pages. More
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
On 14 July, Agnès Bénassy-Quéré, Chair of the French Council of Economic Analysis, gave a SAFE Policy Center lecture on “Euro Area Policy Making – in Need of More Europe”. More
On 8 July, US public finance expert Alan Auerbach elaborated in a SAFE Policy Center Lecture on the fiscal pressure on industrialized countries in the next five decades. 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
|112||Shafik Hebous, Alfons J. Weichenrieder||On Deficits and Symmetries in a Fiscal Capacity||Macro Finance|
|111||Alfons J. Weichenrieder, Fangying Xu||Are Tax Havens Good? Implications of the Crackdown on Secrecy||Macro Finance|
|110||Dirk Krueger, Alexander Ludwig||On the Optimal Provision of Social Insurance||Household Finance, Macro Finance|
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