Author Archives: Harald Sander

New journal paper (open access): Twenty Years with the Euro: Eurozone Banking Market Integration Revisited

Exited to announce that my new paper, jointly written with Stefanie Kleimeier, has just been published by Economic Modelling (open access): https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econmod.2022.105940. Bottom line: The Eurozone crisis has fundamentally and persistently disrupted the Eurozone banking network beyond the crisis period. … Continue reading

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First Blogpost on New Global Economy Blog: Globalization is not passé. It is changing its character

Peter Coy, an econ columnist of the New York Times has talked to several leading economists on the state of globalization and concludes “Globalization isn’t over. It’s changing”. In a similar vein, and against the backdrop of Russia’s invasion of … Continue reading

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New Book: Understanding the New Global Economy

Happy to announce my new book, published with Routledge. From the publisher’s website: “Understanding the New Global Economy: A European Perspective argues that globalisation is facing economic and political headwinds. A new global economic geography is emerging, cross-border relationships are changing, … Continue reading

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Journal of Banking and Finance Special Section “Financial Globalization and Its Spillovers” published

On 16 and 17 February, 2017 the EU Erasmus+ sponsored Jean-Monnet workshop on “Financial Globalization and Its Spillovers” took place at the Technische Hochschule Köln and Maastricht University, jointly organized by Joscha Beckmann, Ansgar Belke, Stefanie Kleimeier and Harald Sander. … Continue reading

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Open Access to “The Travels of a Deposit in Turbulent Times”

My paper “The Travels of a Deposit in Turbulent Times: The Importance of Deposit Insurance Design for Cross-Border Deposits” , jointly written with Shusen Qi and Stefanie  Kleimeier and published by Economic Inquiry is now available “open access“. In this … Continue reading

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New Policy Paper on Cross-Border Effects of National Deposit Insurance Systems

Deposit insurance systems are a common feature of the financial systems of most countries. Their rationale is twofold: to protect bank depositors in case of a bankruptcy and, even more importantly, to avoid widespread bankruptcies as a consequence of bank … Continue reading

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Debate Café: The Future of Global Trade

On 18 February 2019 I participated in a panel discussion on “The Future of Global Trade“, organized by  SCOPE and Studium General of Maastricht University. It was insightful for me to debate controversial current trade (policy) issues with a panel … Continue reading

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New survey on “Banking Market Competition and Interest Rate Pass-Through”

Banking Competition and Interest Rate Pass-Through (with S. Kleimeier), in: Bikker, J.A. and L. Spierdijk (eds), Handbook of Competition in Banking and Finance, Cheltenham (Edgar Elgar), 2017: 305-322.

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Keynote Lecture on Retail Banking Market Integration and Financial Stability in the Eurozone

In my Jean Monnet keynote lecture on the International Conference on Banking and Finance at the University of Warsaw on 10 July 2017, entitled “Whatever it takes: Retail Banking Market Integration and Financial Stability in the Eurozone”, I have highlighted … Continue reading

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Deposit Insurance in Times of Crises: Safe Haven or Regulatory Arbitrage?

  An updated version of this paper has been presented on the 2017 Biennial IADI Research Conference: Designing an Optimal Deposit Insurance System – Theory and Practice, on 1-2 June 2017 at the Bank for International Settlements in Basel. See … Continue reading

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