This workshop will bring together experts in banking, regulation, and financial economics to discuss the most recent academic research on financial intermediation.

We invite submissions of theoretical and empirical contributions on topics that include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Regulation of systemic risk, pro-cyclicality, capital and liquidity regulation, systemically relevant banks and macro-prudential regulation
  • Credit and liquidity provision by bank and non-bank financial intermediaries
  • The aggregate real effects of financial shocks and financial intermediation
  • Secular stagnation, debt crises and financial intermediation
  • Capital flows to emerging markets, financial intermediation and regulation
  • Corporate governance of financial institutions
  • Liquidity, hedging and risk management by financial institutions, asset and liability management, maturity mismatch, self-insurance
  • Monetary policy transmission channels through financial intermediaries (the risk-taking channel, unconventional monetary policy and others)
  • Financial crises and systemic risk
  • Macro versus microprudential regulation and supervision
  • The role of institutional investors: market finance versus banks

Workshop organizers

Previous editions

Speakers appear in the order in which they presented during the workshop.

2016 Edition
2015 Edition
2014 Edition