Hellenic Studies Program: “The European Banking System after the Crisis: Still in Danger?”

Event time: 
Thursday, October 26, 2017 - 5:00pm
Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Room B012 See map
77 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT 06520
Event description: 

The Hellenic Studies Program presents: 

Silvia Merler, Affiliate Fellow, Bruegel Institute:  “The European Banking System after the Crisis: Still in Danger?”

Silvia’s main research interests include international macro and financial economics, central banking and EU institutions and policy making.

At Bruegel she has been writing on various aspects of the sovereign-banking crisis, on monetary policy, on macroeconomic imbalances and adjustment as well as on the dynamics of capital flows in the Euro Area. She contributes weekly to the Bruegel Blog and has been quoted in articles by several prominent newspapers including Bloomberg, Business Insider, Corriere della Sera, Die Welt, Ekathimerini, El Mundo, Eurointelligence, Financial Times, Jornal de Negocios, MNI News, Wall Street Journal, and The Telegraph. She also constructed two new databases (on sovereign bond holdings and ECB liquidity provisions) that have been made publicly available on the website.

Open to: 
General Public