25 Years IWH

Brown Bag Seminar

Financial Markets Department

The seminar series "Brown Bag Seminar" is offered on a regular basis by members of the Financial Markets department and their cooperation partners to present their research and projects. In the seminars various relevant subjects and topical issues from the area of finance are being covered and discussed.

 

2017   2016   2015   2014   2013


 

 

2017

30.08.2017
Mariela Dal Borgo "Interest Rate Risk Sharing in the Supply of Commercial Loans"

 

2016

08.12.2016
Sebastian Eichfelder "Financial Transaction Taxes: Announcement Effects, Short-Run Effects, and Long-Run Effects"

07.12.2016
Michela Altieri "The Role of Subsidiary Debt for the Borrowing Cost of Diversified Firms"

30.11.2016
Jaap Bos "Money Left on the Table: Large Bank Failures During the Crisis"

16.08.2016    
Konstantin Kiesel and Vahid Saadi "Local Religion and Bank Performance"

03.05.2016    
Ingmar Rövekamp "A Market-Based Indicator of Currency Risk: Evidence from American Depositary Receipts"
Timo Plaga "The Political Determinants of Government Bond Holdings"

10.05.2016    
Talina Sondershaus "Bank Behaviour and Risk Taking: Do Subsidiaries Matter?"


 

 

 

2015

19.11.2015     
Andreas Hoffmann "Liquidity Management and the Transmission of Reserve Requirements"

29.10.2015     
Talina Sondershaus "Measuring Complexity in Banking".
Manuel Buchholz "'Caps on Banks' Leverage and Domestic Credit after the Crisis"

24.06.2015     
Daniel Streitz "Real Effects of Securitization"


 

 

 

2014

26.11.2014     
Oliver Rehbein „The Determinants of the Size and Structure of the Market for Microfinance“  

19.11.2014     
Helge Littke and Matias Ossandon-Busch "Banks Closing their Watergates: Liquidity Hoarding and the Credit Crunch in Latin America during the World Financial Crisis."

12.11.2014     
Maria Näther "The Effect of the Central Bank's Standing Facilities on Interbank Lending  and Bank Liquidity Holding"

08.10.2014     
Maike Irrek und Walter Hyll "Financial literacy"

17.09.2014     
Kirsten Schmidt "Kapitalkontrollen"

20.8.2014     
Konstantin Kiesel „The Dynamics of Monetary Regimes: Is there an Immanent Instability?“

09.07.2014     
Friederike Haberstroh "Financial Crises, Uncertainty and Subjective Well-Being"; Mathias Klein "Inequality, Consumer Credit and Trickle-Down Consumption“

18.06.2014     
Geraldine Dany and Jan-Christopher Scherer "Housing Markets and the Macroeconomy"

28.05.2014     
Manuel Buchholz ''Regulatory Reform and Uncertainty in the Banking Sector: Evidence  from Discussions on the Banking Union''

21.05.2014     
Faxin Teng "Internationale Währung und der Renminbi"

14.05.2014     
Lena Tonzer "Policy Changes and International Banking"

23.04.2014     
Thomas Krause "Bubbles and the Efficient Market Hypothesis"
Stefanie Klebba "Latin American Banking Database: The Case of Mexico"

16.04.2014     
Esteban Prieto "What Explains the Pre-Crisis Housing and Credit Boom?"

19.03.2014     
Thomas Krause "Struktur multinationaler Banken"

13.03.2014     
Jana Ohls "Sovereign Insurance Nexus"

26.02.2014     
Konstantin Kiesel "Banking Supervisor Transparency"

22.01.2014      
Lena Tonzer "Uncertainty: Overview of Concepts and Current Research"

15.01.2014      
Thomas Krause "Too-big-to-fail"


 

 

 

2013

11.12.2013     
Konstantin Kiesel "The European Banking Union"

04.12.2013      
Thomas Krause "On the Importance of Financial Frictions for Aggregate Economic Activity"

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