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Homepage:https://uk.linkedin.com/in/davidbholat
Workplace:Bank of England, (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2021

  1. Organisational culture and bank risk
    Bank of England working papers, Bank of England Downloads

2019

  1. The Bank of England and central bank credit rationing during the crisis of 1847: frosted glass or raised eyebrows?
    Bank of England working papers, Bank of England Downloads View citations (2)

2018

  1. Enhancing central bank communications with behavioural insights
    Bank of England working papers, Bank of England Downloads View citations (5)
  2. Frosted glass or raised eyebrow? Testing the Bank of England’s discount window policies during the crisis of 1847
    Working Papers, Economic History Society Downloads

2017

  1. Sending firm messages: text mining letters from PRA supervisors to banks and building societies they regulate
    Bank of England working papers, Bank of England Downloads View citations (7)
  2. The Bank of England as Lender of Last Resort: New historical evidence from daily transactional data
    Working Papers, European Historical Economics Society (EHES) Downloads View citations (5)
    Also in Bank of England working papers, Bank of England (2017) Downloads View citations (7)

2016

  1. Accounting in central banks
    Bank of England working papers, Bank of England Downloads View citations (2)
  2. Modelling metadata in central banks
    Statistics Paper Series, European Central Bank Downloads View citations (4)
  3. Non-performing loans: regulatory and accounting treatments of assets
    Bank of England working papers, Bank of England Downloads View citations (14)
  4. Peer-to-peer lending and financial innovation in the United Kingdom - Ulrich Atz and David Bholat
    Bank of England working papers, Bank of England Downloads View citations (1)

2012

  1. Organizational form as a source of systemic risk
    Economics Discussion Papers, Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW Kiel) Downloads
    See also Journal Article in Economics - The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal (2007-2020) (2013)

Journal Articles

2019

  1. Enhancing central bank communications using simple and relatable information
    Journal of Monetary Economics, 2019, 108, (C), 1-15 Downloads View citations (26)

2018

  1. Non-performing loans at the dawn of IFRS 9: regulatory and accounting treatment of asset quality
    Journal of Banking Regulation, 2018, 19, (1), 33-54 Downloads View citations (2)

2016

  1. Minería de textos para bancos centrales
    Boletín, 2016, LXII, (3), 251-243 Downloads

2015

  1. Big data and central banks
    Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin, 2015, 55, (1), 86-93 Downloads View citations (15)

2014

  1. The Interwar Gold Standard in Light of the Present
    Journal of Common Market Studies, 2014, 52, (4), 711-712 Downloads View citations (3)

2013

  1. Martin Allen, Mints and Money in Medieval England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press2012, 576 pp., £120, ISBN 9781107014947)
    Financial History Review, 2013, 20, (1), 106-109 Downloads
  2. Organizational form as a source of systemic risk
    Economics - The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal (2007-2020), 2013, 7, 1-35 Downloads View citations (4)
    See also Working Paper (2012)
  3. The future of central bank data
    Journal of Banking Regulation, 2013, 14, (3-4), 185-194 Downloads View citations (9)

2009

  1. How Would Adam Smith Fix the Financial Crisis?
    Challenge, 2009, 52, (6), 60-78 Downloads View citations (2)

Books

2015

  1. Text mining for central banks
    Handbooks, Centre for Central Banking Studies, Bank of England Downloads View citations (63)

Chapters

2018

  1. Central bank accounting
    Chapter 16 in Research Handbook on Central Banking, 2018, pp 314-332 Downloads

2017

  1. Multichannel contagion vs stabilisation in multiple interconnected financial markets
    A chapter in Statistical implications of the new financial landscape, 2017, vol. 43 Downloads
 
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