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Volume 51, issue 1, 2018

The Creeping Competence of the European Central Bank During the Euro Crisis pp. 41-53
Prof. Michele Chang
The Transparency of the European Central Bank in the Single Supervisory Mechanism pp. 55-72
Dr. Florin Coman-Kund, Dr. Anastasia Karatzia and Prof. Dr. Fabian Amtenbrink
Leadership by Default: The ECB and the Announcement of Outright Monetary Transactions pp. 73-91
Dr. Magnus G. Schoeller
The European Central Bank as the Only Game in Town: How Could Fiscal Policy Makers Play Along? pp. 93-111
Ad van Riet
ECB-Eurogroup Conflicts and Financial Stability in the Eurozone pp. 113-126
Dr. Shawn Donnelly
Solidifying Consensus. An Inquiry into the Expertise of European Monetary Policy Makers pp. 127-150
Sebastian Heidebrecht
On the Role of International Spillovers from the European Central Bank’s Unconventional Monetary Policy pp. 151-170
Ansgar Belke and Irina Dubova

Volume 50, issue 4, 2017

Finanzstabilität, Transparenz und Verantwortlichkeit: Stellungnahme für das Bundesverfassungsgericht pp. 421-454
Martin Hellwig
Effectiveness of Unconventional Monetary Policy in the Euro Area: An Assessment Based on a Literature Survey pp. 455-488
Salomon Fiedler, Isabel Hanisch, Nils Jannsen and Maik Wolters
Money Growth and Aggregate Stock Returns pp. 489-508
Dr. Tobias Böing and Prof. Dr. Georg Stadtmann
Tolling the Bell for “Too-Big-to-Fail”? – A Comparison Between Four Special Bank Resolution Regimes pp. 509-543
Prof. (em.) Dr. Yoichi Iwasa and Prof. Dr. Uwe Vollmer
Leverage Ratios for Different Bank Business Models pp. 545-573
David Grossmann

Volume 50, issue 3, 2017

Reconsidering the Independence of the European Central Bank pp. 267-279
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Rudolf Richter
Goldene Illusionen, gefährliche Folgen: Warum ein entpolitisierter, regelgebundener Goldstandard keine tragfähige Alternative zur derzeitigen Währungsordnung ist pp. 281-298
Prof. Dr. Olaf Schlotmann and Sikandar Siddiqui
What predicts Financial (In)Stability? A Bayesian Approach pp. 299-336
Michael Sigmund and Dr. Ingrid Stein
MREL and TLAC: The Path from Bail-out to Bail-in for Banks´ Creditors in the European Union pp. 337-362
Dipl.-Volkswirt Stefan Best and Prof. Dr. Oliver Read
Banks’ Net Interest Margin and the Level of Interest Rates pp. 363-392
Ramona Busch and Christoph Memmel

Volume 50, issue 2, 2017

Sparen, Sparkultur und die neuen Wege der Geldpolitik pp. 121-129
Georg Fahrenschon
Monetary Policy Crisis Management as a Threat to Economic Order pp. 151-169
Andreas Freytag and Gunther Schnabl
Fiscal Soundness and Monetary Policy pp. 171-187
Dr.Florian Buck and Ludger Schuknecht
The Effectivness of the Negative Interest Rate Policy in Japan pp. 189-212
Naoyuki Yoshino, Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary and Hiroaki Miyamoto
Conducting Monetary Policy in a Complex, Adaptive Economy: Past Mistakes and Future Possibilities pp. 213-235
William R. White
Versicherungswirtschaft:Herausforderung Niedrigzinsumfeld pp. 237-260
Dr.Rolf Ketzler and Klaus Wiener

Volume 50, issue 1, 2017

Relative Price Dispersion and Inflation: Evidence for the UK and the US pp. 3-24
Dr. Gulnihal Aksoy, Don Bredin, Deirdre Corcoran and Stilianos Fountas
Bank of Japan Interventions and the Volatility of the Dollar/Yen Exchange Rate pp. 25-36
Georgios Chortareas and Ying Jiang
Stock Prices Predictability at Long-horizons: Two Tales from the Time-Frequency Domain pp. 37-61
Nikolaos Mitinanoudis and Theologos Dergiades
Investigating the relationship between central bank transparency and stock market volatility in a nonparametric framework pp. 63-83
Stephanos Papadamou, Moise Sidiropoulos and Nickolaos Tzeremes

Volume 49, issue 4, 2016

Understanding the Predictability of Excess Returns pp. 485-505
Daniel Thornton
Monetary Policy and Asset Price Bubbles:A Nonlinear Policy Rule pp. 507-514
Alexander Mislin
Offsetting and Sterilization Mechanisms in Argentina (1992–2014) pp. 515-534
Carolyn Thomas and Nicolas Cachanosky
Banks, Regions and Development After the Crisis and Under the New Regulatory System pp. 535-561
Pietro Alessandrini, Michele Fratianni, Luca Papi and Alberto Zazzaro

Volume 49, issue 3, 2016

Flexibility Versus Stability: A Difficult Tradeoff in the Eurozone pp. 375-413
Paul De Grauwe and Yuemei Ji
Equity-Bond Returns Correlation and the Bond Yield: Evidence of Switching Behaviour from the G7 Markets pp. 415–444
Andreas Humpe and Prof. David McMillan
Erfolgsunterschiede städtischer und ländlicher Genossenschaftsbanken pp. 445–471
Dr. Thomas Maurer and Prof. Dr. Friedrich Thießen

Volume 49, issue 2, 2016

A Markov Switching Approach to Herding pp. 193-220
Martin T. Bohl, Arne C. Klein and Pierre Siklos
The Influence of the Eurosystem’s Deposit Rate on Bank Loan Supply pp. 221-244
Monika Bucher and Ulrike Neyer
Loss Potential from Credit Derivative Use by Corporate Bond Funds under U.S. and German Regulation – A Cross Country Comparison pp. 245-298
Dominika P. Galkiewicz
Supervisory Board Qualification of German Banks:Legal Standards and Survey Evidence* pp. 299-342
Tobias Körner, Oliver Müller, Stephan Paul and Christoph Schmidt

Volume 49, issue 1, 2016

Optimal Monetary Policy in a Currency Union: Implications of Country-specific Financial Frictions pp. 1-36
Jochen Michaelis and Jakob Palek
Excess liquidity creation of banks and nancial market peaks pp. 37-56
Dr. Patrick Weber
Stock Returns Following Large Price Changes and News Releases – Evidence from Germany pp. 57-91
Prof. Dr. Christian Tallau and Prof. Dr. Rainer Baule
Loan Pricing:Do Borrowers Benefit from Cost Efficient Banking? pp. 93-125
Tobias Schlueter, Ramona Busch, Soenke Sievers, Thomas Hartmann-Wendels
Do Bondholder Relations Efforts Pay Off for German Firms? An Em-pirical Approach pp. 127-153
Steve Janner

Volume 48, issue 4, 2015

The Euro Area Crisis Five Years After the Original Sin pp. 535-565
Athanasios Orphanides
The Bank Lending Channel with Endogenous Money - A Simple Macro Model pp. 567-595
Peter Spahn
Reasons for the Failure of New Technology-Based Firms: A Longitudinal Empirical Study for Germany pp. 597-627
Andreas Pinkwart, Dorian Proksch, Michael Schefczyk, Torsten Fiegler and Cornelia Ernst
Development of a Valuation System for Closed-Ended Alternative Investment Funds in Sales Prospectuses and Performance Reports pp. 629-677
Michael Hertel and Robin Zorzi

Volume 48, issue 3, 2015

Markt und Macht pp. 371-392
Rainer Hank
Ist der Euro noch zu retten? pp. 393–402
Thomas Mayer
Wege zum Europäischen Bundesstaat pp. 403-408
Werner Weidenfeld
Perspektiven der gesetzlichen Alterssicherung pp. 409–425
Gert Wagner
Returns on German Stocks 1954 to 2013 pp. 427–476
Richard Stehle and Martin H. Schmidt
Reassessing the Asymmetries and Rigidities in the Interest Rate Pass-Through Process: A Hidden Co-Integration Approach pp. 477–500
Yannis Panagopoulos and Aristotelis Spiliotis

Volume 48, issue 2, 2015

Cross-Market Investor Sentiment in Commodity Exchange-Traded Funds pp. 171-206
Hsiu-Lang Chen
Commodity Price Changes are Concentrated at the End of the Cycle pp. 207-241
Stephen R. Ingram
Three Narratives on the Changing Face of Global Commodities Market Structure pp. 243-308
Diego Valiante
Initial Returns and Long-Term Performance of IPOs in China 2001–2011: Evidence on the Influence of the Institutional and Economic Context from the Shanghai Stock Exchange pp. 309-342
Christoph J. Börner and Phil Pezus

Volume 48, issue 1, 2015

Towards Deeper Financial Integration in Europe: What the Banking Union Can Contribute pp. 11-49
Claudia Buch, Tobias Körner and Benjamin Weigert
Interaction in the course of qualitative supervision – Perceptions of banks and supervisors pp. 51-87
Stephan Paul, Fabian Prystav and Stefan Stein
A wholistic Approach to Diversification Management: The Diversification Delta Strategy applied to non-normal Return Distributions pp. 89-119
Eduard Baitinger, Iliya Kutsarov, Thomas Maier, Marcus Storr and Tao Wan
The Determinants of Credit Spread Changes of German SME Bonds pp. 121-147
Harald Kinateder, Linda Oppolzer and Niklas Wagner
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