25 Years IWH

Talina Sondershaus

Talina Sondershaus
Current Position

since 9/16

Economist in the Department of Financial Markets

Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH) – Member of the Leibniz Association

Research Interests

  • unconventional monetary policy and financial constraints of enterprises
  • complexity of banks

Talina Sondershaus joined the research group "Real and Financial Innovation" at the Department of Financial Markets as a PhD student in September 2016.

She studied Cultural Studies and Economics (BA) at the University of Mannheim as well as at the University of Bergen, and Economics (MSc) at the University of Leipzig. Her research focuses on effects of unconventional monetary policy on financial intermediation and the real economy. She further examines the effects of banking networks. Talina Sondershaus is Adam Smith Fellow of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University

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Publications

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Complexity and Bank Risk During the Financial Crisis

Thomas Krause Talina Sondershaus Lena Tonzer

in: Economics Letters , 2017

Abstract

We construct a novel dataset to measure banks’ complexity and relate it to banks’ riskiness. The sample covers stock listed Euro area banks from 2007 to 2014. Bank stability is significantly affected by complexity, whereas the direction of the effect differs across complexity measures.

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Working Papers

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The Role of Complexity for Bank Risk during the Financial Crisis: Evidence from a Novel Dataset

Thomas Krause Talina Sondershaus Lena Tonzer

in: IWH Discussion Papers , No. 17, 2016

Abstract

We construct a novel dataset to measure banks’ complexity and relate it to banks’ riskiness. The sample covers stock listed Euro area banks from 2007 to 2014. Bank stability is significantly affected by complexity, whereas the direction of the effect differs across complexity measures. This heterogeneity advises against the use of a single complexity measure when evaluating the implications of bank complexity.

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