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Volume 54, issue 4, 2021

At the End of the Waterfall – Resolvability of Central Counterparties pp. 505-531 Downloads
Péter Gárdos
The Impact of the Bank of Japan’s Low-Interest Rate Policy on the Japanese Banking Sector pp. 533-562 Downloads
Juliane Gerstenberger and Gunther Schnabl
Foreign Direct Investments in the German Stock Market from China and the Gulf States pp. 563-587 Downloads
Ann-Kristin Achleitner, Dmitry Bazhutov, André Betzer and Henry Keppler
The Impact of Media Attention on the Illiquidity of Stocks: Evidence from the Global FinTech Sector pp. 589-639 Downloads
Eduard Gaar, Valentin Moritz and Dirk Schiereck
Why Are Interest Rates on Bank Deposits so Low? pp. 641-668 Downloads
Ramona Busch and Christoph Memmel
Retail Investor Behavior, Fintechs and Sustainable Finance – Insights from the 6th European Retail Investment Conference (ERIC) pp. 669-678 Downloads
Hans-Peter Burghof, Nazmie Sabani and Patrick Jaquart

Volume 54, issue 3, 2021

Interest Rates and Macroeconomic Investment under Uncertainty pp. 319-345 Downloads
Ansgar Belke and Matthias Göcke
Sudden Stops and Asset Purchase Programmes in the Euro Area pp. 375-421 Downloads
Josefina Fabiani, Michael Fidor, Ralph Setzer, Andreas Westphal and Nico Zorell
Monetary Policy and Foreign Denominated Debt by Non-Bank Borrowers pp. 423-446 Downloads
Joscha Beckmann, Robert Czudaj and Thomas Osowski
Modern Financial Market Theory – A Critique Based on the Logic of Human Action pp. 447-467 Downloads
Thorsten Polleit
Cryptocurrencies, Evolution of Means of Payments and Validity of Monetary Principles pp. 469-498 Downloads
Edoardo Beretta

Volume 54, issue 2, 2021

Extraordinary Times Require Extraordinary Action: Boosting European Demand by Means of Investment Helicopter Money pp. 137-172 Downloads
Thomas Gries and Alexandra Mitschke
Sliding Down the Slippery Slope? Trends in the Rules and Country Allocations of the Eurosystem’s PSPP and PEPP pp. 173-197 Downloads
Annika Havlik and Friedrich Heinemann
House Prices and the Credit-Driven Household Demand Channel: The Case of the Irish Economy pp. 199-221 Downloads
David Cronin and Kieran Mc Quinn
The ECB’s 2019 Liquidity Stress Test: An Event Study Evaluating the Impact on Owners and Creditors pp. 223-263 Downloads
Jonas Krettek and Christoph J. Börner
Reconsidering the Prudential Filter for the Cash Flow Hedge Reserve in View of the Purpose of Banking Regulation pp. 265-299 Downloads
Alois Paul Knobloch and Felix Krauß

Volume 54, issue 1, 2021

The Japanese Banks in the Lasting Low-, Zeroand Negative-Interest Rate Environment pp. 1-16 Downloads
Taiki Murai and Gunther Schnabl
Is Now the Time for Modern Monetary Theory or Permanent Monetary Finance? pp. 17-36 Downloads
Olaf Schlotmann
Measuring the Short-Term Effects of the ECB's Unconventional Monetary Policy on Financial Markets: A Review pp. 37-77 Downloads
Lisa-Maria Kampl
Every Cloud has a Silver Lining: On the Relation between Bank-Affiliated Asset Manager Bias and Mutual Fund Fees pp. 79-116 Downloads
Enrico Miersch and Nils Schäfer

Volume 53, issue 4, 2020

Microfinance and Green Energy Lending: First Worldwide Evidence pp. 427-459 Downloads
Gregor Dorfleitner, Davide Forcella and Quynh Anh Nguyen
Will the DAX 50 ESG Establish the Standard for German Sustainable Investments? A Sustainability and Financial Performance Analysis pp. 461-491 Downloads
Martin Nerlinger
Drivers of Socially Responsible Investments Across Europe pp. 493-512 Downloads
Janina Rochell, Thomas Cauthorn, André Höck and Bernhard Zwergel
Corporate Social Irresponsibility and Credit Risk Prediction: A Machine Learning Approach pp. 513-554 Downloads
Daniel V. Fauser and Andreas Gruener

Volume 53, issue 3, 2020

Banking Regulation: A Systemic View on Capital Adequacy, Financial Systems and the Regulatory Process pp. 305-323 Downloads
Hans-Peter Burghof
Monetary and Macroprudential Policies in an Intangible Economy pp. 325-353 Downloads
Guido Baldi and André Bodmer
Macroeconomic Policy Making and Current Account Imbalances in the Euro Area pp. 347-373 Downloads
Taiki Murai and Gunther Schnabl
Which is the correct Discount Rate? Arithmetic versus Geometric Mean pp. 355-381 Downloads
Martin Kipp and Christian Koziol
Research Evaluation of Financial Research - Evidence from a Survey pp. 383-419 Downloads
Enrico Miersch

Volume 53, issue 2, 2020

Not the Time for Central Bank Digital Currency. Why Cash is Still Irreplaceable pp. 147-158 Downloads
Ansgar Belke and Edoardo Beretta
Global Stablecoins: Aspects of Financial and Monetary Stability pp. 159-185 Downloads
Stefan Schäfer and Oliver Read
The Potential for Sovereign Wealth Funds to Exert Influence Through Critical Banks in the Five Smallest EU Member States: An Analysis of Malta, Cyprus, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania pp. 187-220 Downloads
Jan Körnert and Thomas Junghanns
The Low-Volatility Anomaly Revisited pp. 221-244 Downloads
Patrizia J. Perras, Alexander Reberger and Niklas Wagner
Corporate Change After the Global Financial Crisis: A Case Study in Direct Banking pp. 245-271 Downloads
Ivo Arnold

Volume 53, issue 1, 2020

Growth in Europe. Notes for a Policy Agenda pp. 1-16 Downloads
Pier Carlo Padoan
The Costs of Zombification in Europe: Why Austrian Economics Fails and the Empirical Findings for Japan are a Misleading Guide pp. 17-42 Downloads
Olaf Schlotmann and Frank Eberhardt
When Measuring the Same Leads to Different Conclusions - A Critical Review of Measures Applied to Assess the Degree of Competition in Banking Systems pp. 43-80 Downloads
Toni Richter, Holger Müller and Horst Gischer
Reforming the Regulatory Treatment of Sovereign Exposures in Banking Regulation pp. 81-122 Downloads
André Sterzel

Volume 52, issue 4, 2019

A Portfolio Balance Model of the Open Economy pp. 457-476 Downloads
Rüdiger Dornbusch
Stagflation, Persistent Unemployment and the Permanence of Economic Shocks pp. 477-504 Downloads
Karl Brunner †, Alex Cukierman and Allan Meltzer
A Positive Theory of Monetary Policy in a Natural Rate Model pp. 505-525 Downloads
Robert Barro and David B. Gordon
Budget Processes and Commitment to Fiscal Discipline pp. 527-536 Downloads
Juergen von Hagen and Ian J. Harden
Optimal Monetary Policy with Staggered Wage and Price Contracts pp. 537-571 Downloads
Christopher Erceg, Dale W. Henderson and Andrew Levin
Optimal Sticky Prices Under Rational Inattention pp. 573-617 Downloads
Bartosz Maćkowiak and Mirko Wiederholt

Volume 52, issue 3, 2019

The Impact of Socio-Economic and Demographic Factors on the Use of Digital Access to Financial Services pp. 295-321 Downloads
Alexander Conrad, Doris Neuberger, Florian Peters and Fabian Rösch
The Predicament of FinTechs in the Environment of Traditional Banking Sector Regulation – An Analysis of Regulatory Sandboxes as a Possible Solution pp. 323-373 Downloads
Johannes M. Gerlach and Daniel Rugilo
Regulatory Capital Management: Fair Value Measurement and Regulatory Capital Ratios pp. 375-421 Downloads
Felix Krauß
Honesty in Regional Cooperative Banks pp. 423-444 Downloads
Kai-Oliver Maurer

Volume 52, issue 2, 2019

The Time Series Properties of the Real Exchange Rates Between the Member States of the European Monetary Union pp. 149-171 Downloads
Rainer Maurer
The Interest Rate Sensitivity of Investment pp. 173-190
Guido Baldi and Alexander Lange
The More the Merrier? Detecting Impacts of Bank Regulation After the Global Financial Crisis pp. 191-212
Christian Kalhoefer and Guenter Lang
The Link Between Incomplete Information on the Interbank Network and Counterparty Risk pp. 213-227
Daniel Foerster and Martin Walther
Networks and News in Credit Risk Management pp. 229-251
Ferdinand Graf and Martin Dittgen
An Analysis of Non-Traditional Activities at German Savings Banks – Does the Type of Fee and Commission Income Matter? pp. 253-289
Matthias Koehler

Volume 52, issue 1, 2019

Applying Complexity Theory to Interest Rates: Evidence of Critical Transitions in the Euro Area pp. 1-33
Jan Willem End
The Independence of the European Central Bank pp. 35–68
Ulrike Neyer
New Chicago Views on Inflation Control: The Neo-Fisherian Approach and the Fiscal Theory of the Price Level pp. 69–87
Peter Spahn
What Can We Learn from the Real Bills Doctrine? pp. 89–113
Juha Tarkka
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