25 Jahre IWH

Veranstaltung
10
Nov 2016

09:45 - 15:55

PhD Workshop

Am Donnerstag, dem 10. November 2016 findet von 9:00 Uhr bis 16:00 Uhr im Konferenzsaal des Leibniz-Instituts für Wirtschaftsforschung Halle (IWH) ein PhD-Workshop zu Finanzmarktthemen mit Professorin Dr. Claudia Buch, Vizepräsidentin der Deutschen Bundesbank, statt.

Speaker
Location
IWH-Konferenzsaal

Programm

09:45–10:20
The Pope, Martin Luther and Banking Behavior: Does Local Denomination Affect Bank Risk Taking?
Konstantin Kiesel, IWH

10:20–10:55
Banks Closing their Watergates? Liquidity Adjustments to Interbank Shocks and the Role of Central Bank Interventions
Matias Ossandon Busch, IWH

11:10–11:45
The Heterogeneous Effects of Income Tax Changes on Mortgage Origination
Thomas Krause, IWH

11:45–12:20
Macroprudential Instruments and Intra-Group Dynamics: The Effects of Reserve Requirements in Brazil
Chris Jürschik, IWH

13:20–13:55
Optimal Level of Subsidiarity – Assessing the Trade-off between Delegation and Control
Claudia Kühne, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

13:33–14:30
Emergency Measures during the Euro Crisis: Sowing the Seeds of Doom or Deleveraging the Real Economy after all?
Manuela Storz, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

14:45–15:20
Central Bank Transparency and the Volatility of Exchange Rates
Helge Littke, IWH

15:20–15:55
Sovereign Stress, Banking Stress, and Corporate Financing Costs in the Euro Area
Jan-Christopher Scherer, IWH

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