Danmarks Nationalbank will host on May 20 a one-day workshop in the field of empirical banking.
Over the last decade the emergence of credit registers and micro-level data has generated many new opportunities for researchers. Simultaneously, new challenges have taken center stage, from climate change to the impact of new technologies on the way monetary policy is conducted, to the challenges posed by the global pandemic. The aim of the Empirical Banking Workshop is to bring together established researchers and young scholars to discuss the most interesting research in banking.
Logistics: The event will be hosted by Danmarks Nationalbank. We plan to host all speakers and attendees in-person in Copenhagen. Presentations will be scheduled between 9.30am and 4.00pm. All speakers are invited to attend a dinner on the evening of May 20, provided the workshop takes place in Copenhagen. Guests wishing to attend the in-person workshop in Copenhagen are required to register as early as possible and no later than May 12 via e-mail to
Workshop Program, 20 May 2022
|9:00 - 9:25||Welcome and Coffee/Refreshments|
|9:25 - 9:30||Opening Remarks|
|9:30 - 11:30|
"Corporate Loan Spreads and Economic Activity"
Anthony Saunders (NYU Stern), Alessandro Spina (Copenhagen Business School), Sascha Steffen (Frankfurt School of Finance & Management), and Daniel Streitz (Copenhagen Business School, IWH Halle)
"Nonbank Lending and the Transmission of Monetary Policy"
Dominic Cucic (Danmarks Nationalbank) and Denis Gorea (Danmarks Nationalbank)
|11:30 - 12:00||Coffee Break|
|12:00 - 13:00|
Session II: Keynote Speaker:
"Monetary and Macroprudential Policy Complementarities: Evidence from European Credit Registers"
Carlo Altavilla (European Central Bank), Luc Laeven (European Central Bank), and José-Luis Peydró (Imperial College London)
|13:00 - 14:00||Lunch|
|14:00 - 16:00|
"The Rise of Bond Financing in Europe"
Olivier Darmouni (Columbia Business School) and Melina Papoutsi (European Central Bank)
“Mixing QE and Interest Rate Policies at the Effective Lower Bound: Micro Evidence from the Euro Area”
Christian Bittner (Bundesbank), Alexander Rodnyansky (University of Cambridge), Farzad Saidi (University of Bonn) and Yannick Timmer (Federal Reserve Board)
|20:00||Dinner (by invitation only)|
Organizing Committee: Dominic Cucic (Danmarks Nationalbank) and Denis Gorea (Danmarks Nationalbank)
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