Iñaki AldasoroPh.D. Economics. Banking, Macroeconomics, Networks, Systemic Risk, Financial Stability. About Me I work as an Economist at the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland. (Disclaimer: this is my private site, the views expressed here are my own and not those of the BIS). My research interests revolve around banking, macroeconomics, systemic risk, interbank networks and financial stability. You can find my CV here, and my BIS profile here. Ph.D. in Economics – Goethe University Frankfurt (2015); M. Sc. in Economics – University of Buenos Aires (2011); Advanced Studies Program – Kiel Institute for the World Economy (2009); Licentiate in Economics – University of Buenos Aires (2006) Bank for International Settlements (10/2016-present); European Systemic Risk Board (09-12/2015, 04-08/2016); International Monetary Fund (07-09/2013); European Central Bank (01-06/2013); Goethe University Frankfurt (06/2012-06/2016); Bruegel (09/2009-08/2010); M&S Consultores (07/2006-05/2008); FIEL (02/2005-06/2006) Research Published Multiplex interbank networks and systemic importance – An application to European data with I. Alves (ECB) Journal of Financial Stability (in press); BIS WP 603 12/2016 Bank networks: contagion, systemic risk and prudential policy with D. Delli Gatti (U. C. Sacro Cuore Milan) & E. Faia (Goethe University Frankfurt) Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Vol 142, pp 164-188; BIS WP 597 10/2017 Systemic loops and liquidity regulation with E. Faia (Goethe University Frankfurt) Journal of Financial Stability, Vol. 27, pp 1-16; CEPR DP 10918 12/2016 Input-Output-based measures of systemic importance with I. Angeloni (ECB) Quantitative Finance, 15:4, 589-606. SAFE WP 29 03/2015 Less aid proliferation and more donor coordination? The wide gap between words and deeds with Peter Nunnenkamp & Rainer Thiele (Kiel Institute) Journal of International Development, Vol 22, pp 920-940; Kiel Institute WP 1516. 10/2010 Working Papers / In Progress External financing and economic activity in the euro area – why are bank loans special? with R. Unger (Bundesbank) BIS WP 622 / Bundesbank DP 04/17 03/2017 Shedding light on dark markets: first insights into the new EU-wide derivatives dataset with J. Abad (CEMFI), C. Aymanns (Uni St. Gallen), M. D’Errico (UZH), L. Fache Rousová (ECB), P. Hoffmann (ECB), S. Langfield (ESRB), M. Neychev (ESRB) and T. Roukny (MIT) ESRB Occasional Paper 11 09/2016 Syndicated loans and CDS positioning with Andreas Barth (Goethe University Frankfurt) ESRB WP / BIS WP Coming soon! The Japan repo premium and US dollar intermediation with T. Ehlers and E. Eren (BIS) Draft available upon request Market power and regulation in money markets with T. Ehlers and E. Eren (BIS) In progress Policy regimes, bank business models and the risk-taking channel of monetary policy with K. Park (Bank of Korea) In progress Vertical fiscal imbalances and the accumulation of government debt with M. Seiferling (UCL, IMF) IMF Working Paper 14/209 10/2014 Policy I occasionally contribute with other colleagues to the BIS Quarterly Review Highlights 03/2017 06/2017 09/2017 Non-US banks’ global dollar funding grows despite the US money market reform with T. Ehlers, E. Eren and R. N. McCauley BIS Quarterly Review, March 2017, pp. 22 – 23. 03/2017 Bank liquidity requirements: How to get more bang for your buck with E. Faia (Goethe University), G. Ferrara (BoE), S. Langfield (ECB), Z. Liu (BoE), and T. Ota (Goldman Sachs) Bank Underground 04/2016 I contributed to the ESRB OP 9 Indirect contagion: the policy problem 01/2016 The fiscal compact and government debt: One law, multiple statistics with E. Faia (Goethe University Frankfurt) SAFE Policy Letter 22 03/2014 Get in touch. I am currently based in Basel, Switzerland. Feel free to fill in the form and contact me.