Prof. Hans-Helmut Kotz

Prof. Hans-Helmut Kotz
Programmbereich:
Policy Center
Position:
Institution:
Center for Financial Studies / Harvard
Telefon:
+49 69 798 33685
E-Mail:
Kotz@safe.uni-frankfurt.de
Raum:
HoF 4.35
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Forscher/innen Titel Publiziert
Arnoud Boot,
Elena Carletti,
Hans-Helmut Kotz,
Jan Pieter Krahnen,
Loriana Pelizzon,
Marti Subrahmanyam
Corona and Financial Stability 2.0: Act jointly now, but also think about tomorrow
Policy Letter No. 79
2020
Arnoud Boot,
Elena Carletti,
Rainer Haselmann,
Hans-Helmut Kotz,
Jan Pieter Krahnen,
Loriana Pelizzon,
Stephen Schaefer,
Marti Subrahmanyam
The Coronavirus and Financial Stability
Policy Letter No. 78
2020
Marcel Fratzscher,
Reint Gropp,
Hans-Helmut Kotz,
Jan Pieter Krahnen,
Christian Odendahl,
Beatrice Weder di Mauro,
Guntram B. Wolff
Mere criticism of the ECB is no solution
Policy Letter No. 51
2016
Hans-Helmut Kotz,
Jan Pieter Krahnen,
Christian Leuz,
Helmut Siekmann
Eurobonds zur Bewältigung der europäischen Krise? Wegweisung zu einer modernen Entwicklungsunion
White Paper No. 7, 2011
2011
Volker Brühl,
Helmut Gründl,
Andreas Hackethal,
Hans-Helmut Kotz,
Jan Pieter Krahnen,
Tobias Tröger
Comments on the EU Commission’s Capital Markets Union Project
White Paper No. 27
2015
Günter Beck,
Hans-Helmut Kotz,
Natalia Zabelina
Euro Area Macro-Financial Stability: A Flow-of-Funds Perspective
White Paper No. 29
2015
Günter Beck,
Hans-Helmut Kotz,
Natalia Zabelina
Lost in Translation? ECB’s Monetary Impulses and Financial Intermediaries’ Responses
White Paper No. 36
2016
Günter Beck,
Hans-Helmut Kotz
Euro Area Shadow Banking Activities in a Low-Interest-Rate Environment: A Flow-of-Funds Perspective
White Paper No. 37
2016
Hans-Helmut Kotz,
Reinhard H. Schmidt
Corporate Governance of Banks – A German Alternative to the “Standard Model”
White Paper No. 45
2017
Arnoud Boot,
Elena Carletti,
Hans-Helmut Kotz,
Jan Pieter Krahnen,
Loriana Pelizzon,
Marti Subrahmanyam
Corona and Financial Stability 3.0: Try equity - risk sharing for companies, large and small
Policy Letter No. 81
2020
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