|I am an
assistant professor of economics at the London
School and a research affiliate at the CEPR.
Fields of Interests: Financial
Intermediation, Banking Regulation, Macroeconomics,
Contagion, with Robert Kollmann (ULB), In:
Gerard Caprio (ed.), Handbook
of Safeguarding Global Financial Stability:
Political, Social, Cultural, and Economic
Theories and Models, 2013, Vol.2, pp.
139-143. Oxford: Elsevier.
Finance, 2014, Vol. 69,
- Non-technical summary to appear in FAMe. (link)
- Get Rid of
Unanimity Rule: The Superiority of Majority
Rules with Veto Power, (accepted for
of Political Economy. (with
Bouton and Aniol
related VOX column on Contructive
Rules in the Laboratory,
Games and Economic Behavior,
2017, Vol. 102, pp. 179-198. (With Laurent
Bouton and Aniol
Requirements over the Business and Financial
Cycles, July 2017. Second revision requested,
Working Paper Series, No 1830, July
Dicussion Paper 10387, February
Risk in Leveraged Loan Syndication (with
Meisenzahl), April 2017. Revision
Review of Financial Studies.
related VOX column. (link) NEW
Discussion Paper 11956, April 2017.
Positive Analysis of Bank Behaviour under
Capital Requirements (with Saleem Bahaj), March 2017.
Journal of Finance.
Discussion Paper 11607, November 2016.
Sector Origins of Economic Growth Delusion
Determines how Banks Respond to Changes in
Capital Requirements? (with
Saleem Bahaj, Jon Bridges, and Cian O'Neill).
If you are a London based researcher working on
Financial Intermediation Theory (broadly defined),
you may want to join the London
Financial Intermediation Theory Network.
Just drop me an email if you are interested.
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