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Trust Me! I am a European Central Banker
In the aftermath of the financial crisis, the ECB has experienced an unprecedented deterioration in the level of trust. This raises the question as to what factors determine trust in central banking. We use a unique ...
How Economics Got it Wrong: Formalism, Equilibrium Modelling and Pseudo-Optimization in Banking Regulatory Studies
Since the outbreak of the financial crisis, the macro-prudential policy paradigm has gained increasing prominence (Bank of England, 2009; Bernanke, 2011). The dynamics of this shift in the economic discourse, and the reasons ...
Financial Constraints, Newly Founded Firms and the Financial Crisis
This paper aims to analyze the effects of financial constraints and the financial crisis on the financing and investment policies of newly founded firms. Thereby, the analysis adds important new insights on a crucial segment ...
Accounting for Financial Stability: Lessons from the Financial Crisis and Future Challenges
This paper examines banks’ disclosures and loss recognition in the financial crisis and identifies several core issues for the link between accounting and financial stability. Our analysis suggests that, going into the ...
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy seeks to improve quality of life through the effective use, taxation, and stewardship of land. A nonprofit private operating foundation whose origins date to 1946, the Lincoln Institute ...
Historical financial database with over 35 million individual instruments or indicators across all major asset classes, including 8.5 million active economic indicators. It features 70 years of data, across 175 countries ...
same with Eurobarometer surveys below
INSEE was created by the Budget Law of 27 April 1946 . It is a Directorate-General of the Ministries for the Economy and for Finances and is located in offices throughout the French territory. INSEE’s professional independence ...
Michael R. Roberts is the William H. Lawrence Professor of Finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
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