Stine Louise von Rüden

Research Unit, Economics and Monetary Policy

Fields of interest: Empirical Banking and Corporate Finance, Credit Markets, Liquidity and Systemic Risk
Personal website

Professional Experience

Research Economist, Danmarks Nationalbank, 2018-


Ph.D., Finance, Copenhagen Business School, 2018
Visiting Scholar, Research Department, Danmarks Nationalbank, 2017-2018
Visiting Scholar, Stern School of Business, New York University, 2015
M.Sc., Economics, Business Administration and Management Science, Copenhagen Business School, 2013
B.Sc., Economics, Business Administration and Management Science, Copenhagen Business School, 2010

Refereed Publications

"Can Central Banks Boost Corporate Investment: Evidence from the ECB Liquidity Injections," with Marti G. Subrahmanyam, Dragon Y. Tang and Sarah Q. Wang, Forthcoming in Review of Corporate Finance Studies, (2023)

"The Value of Bond Underwriter Relationships," with Jens D. Nielsen and Mads S. Nielsen, Journal of Corporate Finance, 68, (2021)

Working Papers

"Is Financial Regulation Costly for Banks? Evidence from Countercyclical Capital Buffers"

Work in Progress

"The Effects of Bank Competition on Lending to Firms," with Simcha Barkai, Kaveh Majlesi and Maryam Farboodi

"Macroprudential Policy and Corporate Investment'' joint with Steven Ongena

Policy Work

"Seeing through the spin: The effect of news sentiment on firms' stock market performance," with Anna K. Hvid, Alessandro Martinello and Rastin Matin, Danmarks Nationalbank Working Paper No. 141, (2019)

"How do Banks Fund Themselves?" with Ianna Georgieva Yordanova

"Central Bank policies and Bank Equity during Covid-19"

"The Role of Central Bank Liquidity for Banks' Liquidity Buffers"