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Buch, C.
Buch, C. M.
Buch, Claudia
Buch, Claudia M.
Buch, Claudia Maria
Buch, Klaudija M.
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Arndt, Christian
Berger, Allen N.
Blank, Sven
Bohachova, Olga
Bonello, Michael C
Boockmann, Bernhard
Breyer, Friedrich
Brichs Serra, Elisabet
Buch, C
Buch, C. M.
Buch, Claudia
Buch, Claudia M
Buch, Claudia M.
Buch, Cludia M.
Buch, Dr. Claudia M.
Carstensen, Kai
Cecchetti, Stephen G.
DeLong, Gayle
DeLong, Gayle L.
Deutsche Bundesbank Affiliation (see also from)
Doepke, Joerg
Döpke, Jörg
Döpke, Jörg (1963-)
Driscoll, John C.
Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen / Wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakultät
Eckel, Carsten
Eickmeier, Sandra
Engel, Christoph
Engerer, Hella
Gerling, Katja
Golder, Stefan M.
Hanschel, Elke
Hasse, Rolf
Heinrich, Ralph P
Heinrich, Ralph P.
Heinricht, Ralph
Herrmann, Heinz
Hiemenz, Ulrich
Ingves, Stefan
Institut für Angewandte Wirtschaftsforschung (IAW)
Institut für Angewandte Wirtschaftsforschung Affiliation (see also from)
Institut für Weltwirtschaft Affiliation (see also from)
Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung Affiliation (see also from)
Kesternich, Iris
Kleinert, Jörn
Kleinert, Jörn (1970-)
Koch, Cathérine T.
Koch, Cathérine Tahmee
Koetter, Michael
Koetter, Michael (1974-)
Kokta, Robert M.
Koop, Michael J.
Kötter, Michael
Kuckulenz, Anja
Langhammer, Rolf
Langhammer, Rolf J.
Lipponer, Alexander
Lorz, Oliver
Lücke, Matthias
Lusinyan, Lusine
M. Buch, Claudia
Manchec, Marie-Helene Le
Mattes, Anselm
Medhora, Rohinton
Monti, Paola
Neugebauer, Katja
Nienaber, Thomas
Ostergaard, Charlotte
Piazolo, Daniel
Pierdzioch, Christian
Prieto, Esteban
Remsperger, Hermann
Saccomanni, Fabrizio
Sachverständigenrat zur Begutachtung der Gesamtwirtschaftlichen Entwicklung Affiliation (see also from)
Sailer, Katharina
Schlotter, Martin
Schmieding, Holger
Schnitzer, Monika
Schnitzer, Monika (1961-)
Schnitzer, Monika E.
Schweickert, Rainer
Siegmund, Uwe
Spinanger, Dean
Stahn, Kerstin
Strotmann, Harald
Toubal, Farid
Toubal, Farid (1975-)
UN University. Institute for New Technologies
Universität Magdeburg Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaft Affiliation (see also from)
Universität Tübingen Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät Affiliation (see also from)
von Westernhagen, Natalja
Westernhagen, Natalja
Yener, Serkan
Zajc, Peter
Are Banks Different? Evidence from International Data.
Bank behavior and bad loans: Implications for reforms in Eastern Europe
Bank-specific shocks and the real economy
Banking and balance of payments crises: On possible causes of the twin crises
Banking Globalization: International Consolidation and Mergers in Banking
Banks and sovereign risk a granular view
Barriers to exporting: Firm-Level Evidence from Germany
Barriers to internationalization: firm-level evidence from Germany
Better banks for Eastern Europe
Book reviews
Business Cycle Volatility and Globalization: A Survey
Business Cycle Volatility in Germany
Business cycles and FDI: evidence from German sectoral data
Capital and trade flows in Europe and the impact of enlargement
Capital Market Integration in Euroland : The Role of Banks
Capital mobility and EU enlargement
Capital Mobility in Euroland — The Role of Banks
Changing forces of gravity how the crisis affected international banking
Chilean-type capital controls : a building block of the new international financial architecture?
Clustering or Competition? The Foreign Investment Behavior of German Banks
Clustering or competition? The foreign investment behaviour of German banks
Consumer Preferences and the Reliability of Euler Equation Tests of Capital Mobility — Some Simulation-Based Evidence
Consumption volatility and financial openness
Creating efficient banking systems theory and evidence from Eastern Europe
Crises, rescues, and policy transmission through international banks
Cross border bank mergers what lures the rare animal?
Cross-border banking and transmission mechanisms in Europe: evidence from German data
Cross-Border Banking and Transmission Mechanisms : The Case of Europe
Cross-border diversification in bank asset portfolios
Dealing with bad debt : lessons from Eastern Europe
Determinants and effects of foreign direct investment: evidence from German firm-level data
Determinants of German FDI new evidence from micro-data
Determinants of short-term debt: a note
Disentangling barriers to internationalization
Distance and International Banking
distance puzzle: on the interpretation of the distance coefficient in gravity equations, The
Do banks benefit from internationalization? revisiting the market power-risk nexus
Do better capitalized banks lend less? long-run panel evidence from Germany
Do weak supervisory systems encourage bank risk-taking?
Does Export Openness Increase Firm-level Output Volatility?
Does the East get what would otherwise flow to the South? FDI diversilon in Europe
Does the East Get What Would Otherwise Flow to the South? FDI Diversion in Europe
Does trade openness increase firm level volatility?
Domestic and foreign banks in Germany do they differ?
Economic Integration and FDI in Transition Economies: What Can We Learn from German Data?
Effectiveness of Capital Controls — The Case of Slovenia, The
Effort and Redistribution: Better Cousins Than One Might Have Thought
emerging financial systems of the Eastern European economics: A progress report, The
emerging financial systems of the eastern European economies a progress report, The
end of the Czech miracle? currency crisis reveals need for institutional reforms, The
ESRB at 1, The
Euro and Cross-Border Banking: Evidence from Bilateral Data, The
European financial integration and corporate governance
Evidenzbasierte Wirtschaftspolitik in Deutschland Defizite und Potentiale
Exchange rates and FDI goods versus capital market frictions
Exporting financial institutions management via foreign direct investment mergers and acquisitions
Exports versus FDI revisited: does finance matter?
External and Internal Financial Structures in Europe: A Corporate Finance Perspective
External and internal financial structures in Europe : a corporate finance pespective
FDI and domestic investment: an industry-level view
FDI versus cross-border financial services the globalisation of German banks
FDI versus exports: Evidence from German banks
Financial constraints and the margins of FDI
Financial Market Integration in a Monetary Union
Financial Market Integration in the US: Lessons for Europe?
Financial openness and business cycle volatility
Financing the transition: Risks and benefits of integrating into the international capital market
Firm-Specific Factor Market Constraints and FDI: Evidence from Germany
Foreign Bank Ownership: A Bonus or Threat for Financial Stability?
Foreign capital and economic transformation risks and benefits of free capital flows
Foreign competition and disintermediation no threat to the German banking system?
Foreign direct investment in Europe: Is there redirection from the South to the East?
Foreign versus domestic banks in Germany and the US: a tale of two markets?
Frieden, Recht und Subsidiarität : was hält die Europäische Union zusammen? : 51. Kolloquium der Walter-Raymond-Stiftung, Berlin, 24. und 25. März 2013
From the stability pact to ESM - what next?
Gerard Roland, Transition and Economics: Politics, Markets, and Firms
Globalisierung der Finanzmärkte : freier Kapitalverkehr oder Tobin-Steuer?
Globalisierung und Konjunkturzyklen
Globalization of financial markets causes of incomplete integration and consequences for economic policy
Granularity in banking and growth: does financial openness matter?
Great moderation at the firm level? Unconditional versus conditional output volatility
Great moderation at the firm level? unconditional vs. conditional output volatility
great risk shift? income volatility in an international perspective, The
Growth, volatility, and credit market imperfections: evidence from German firms
Handling Banking Crises — The Case of Russia
Heterogeneity in lending and sectoral growth; evidence from German bank-level data
In Search for Yield? New Survey-Based Evidence on Bank Risk Taking
Information or Regulation: What Drives the International Activities of Commercial Banks?
Information or regulation what is driving the international activities of commercial banks?
Insolvency costs and incomplete information in commercial banks : implications for financial reform in Eastern Europe
institutional approach to banking reform in Eastern Europe, An
integration of imperfect financial markets implications for business cycle volatility, The ; [this paper is part of a research project on "Volatility in the global economy: the role of financial markets"]
International bank portfolios short- and long-run responses in the business cycle
International Bank Portfolios: Short- and Long-Run Responses to Macroeconomic Conditions
International bank portfolios: short- and long-run responses to the business cycle
International Banking and the Allocation of Risk
Introduction by the Guest Editors
John Bonin, Kalman Mizsei, Istvan Szekely, and Paul Wachtel, Banking in Transition Economies: Developing Market Oriented Banking Sectors in Eastern Europe
Labor demand during the crisis what happened in Germany?
Low skill but high volatility?
Macroeconomic factors and micro-level bank risk
Macroeconomic factors and microeconomic bank risk
Macroeconomic Shocks and Banks' Foreign Assets
Macroeconomic Shocks and Foreign Bank Assets
Margins of international banking: is there a productivity pecking order in banking, too?
Mario I. Blejer and Marko Skreb, Financial Sector Transformation--Lessons from Economies in Transition
Monetary policy and the transformation of the banking system in Eastern Europe
Money demand in Hungary and Poland
Multinational firms and new protectionisms
Opening up for foreign banks: How Central and Eastern Europe can benefit
Opening up for foreign banks why Central and Eastern Europe can benefit
Openness and growth the long shadow of the Berlin wall
Openness and Income Dispaities: Does Trade Explain the 'Mezzogiorno' Effect?
Openness and income disparities: does trade explain the “Mezzogiorno effect”?
Overcoming obstacles to successful reforms in economies in transition
Real and Financial Integration in Europe — Evidence for the Accession States and for the Pre-Ins
Regional origins of employment volatility evidence from German states
role of banks: Evidence from Germany and the US, The
Russia's debt crisis and the unofficial economy
RussiaÂ’s Debt Crisis and the Unofficial Economy
Russian monetary policy - assessing the track record
Russlands Aufschwung in Gefahr
Russlands Wirtschaftspolitik setzt auf Investitionen
Securing Financial Stability: Problems and Prospects for New EU Members
Shocks at large banks and banking sector distress the banking granular residual
Short-Term Capital, Economic Transformation, and EU Accession
Size, productivity, and international banking
Southern enlargement of the European Union and capital account liberalization: Lessons for Central and Eastern Europe
Southern enlargment of the European Union and capital account liberalization lessons for central and eastern Europe
Taxing banks an evaluation of the German bank Levy ; presented at CESifo Area Conference on Macro, Money & International Finance, February 2014
Taxing short-term capital flows an option for transition economies?
Towards Universal Banking - Risks and Benefits for Transition Economies.
Trade's impact on the labor share evidence from German and Italian regions/ Claudia M. Buch ; Paola Monti ; Farid Toubal. IAW, Institut für Angewandte Wirtschaftsforschung
tradeoff between redistribution and effort evidence from the field and from the lab, The
Twin Crises and the Intermediary Role of Banks.
value of waiting: Russia's integration into the international capital markets, The
Volatile multinationals? evidence from the labor demand of German firms
Währungsreformen im Vergleich : monetäre Strategien in Rußland, Weißrußland, Estland und der Ukraine.
What Determines Maturity? An Analysis for Foreign Assets of German Commercial Banks
What determines maturity? an analysis for foreign assets of German commerical banks
What Determines Maturity? An analysis of German Commercial Banks' foreign Assets
Where enterprises lead, people follow? Links between migration and FDI in Germany
Where enterprises lead, people follow? links between migration and German FDI
Who goes east? the impact of enlargement on the patterns of German FDI
Why Do Banks Go Abroad? — Evidence from German Data
wirtschaftliche Lage der Republik Belarus: Forcierte Bindung an Rußland, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage der Republik Belarus: Negative Konsequenzen der Reformrückschritte werden sichtbar. 10. Bericht, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage der Republik Belarus: Sonderweg wird immer mehr zum Leidensweg, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage der Republik Belarus: Verfall wird offenkundig. Vierzehnter Bericht., Die
wirtschaftliche Lage der Republik Belarus: Verordnetes Wachstum endet in Währungskrise. Zwölfter Bericht., Die
wirtschaftliche Lage der Republik Belarus: Verordnetes Wachstum ohne Perspektive? Elfter Bericht., Die
wirtschaftliche Lage der Republik Belarus: Von Reformwiderstand zu Reformabbau, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage der Republik Belarus: Weitere Restauration der Planwirtschaft. Dreizehnter Bericht., Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands: Auslandskredite wenig wirksam. Sechster Bericht, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands: Beschleunigte Talfahrt durch verschleppte Reformen. Vierter Bericht, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands: Die Wirtschaftspolitik muß Investitionsanreize schaffen. Neunter Bericht, Teil I, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands: Fortgesetzter Rückgang der Investitionen verhindert Erholung. Zehnter Bericht, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands: Fortsetzung des Niedergangs ohne hinreichenden Strukturwandel. Fünfter Bericht., Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands: Investitionsschwäche verhindert Wachstum. Achter Bericht, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands: Krise offenbart Fehler der Wirtschaftspolitik. Dreizehnter Bericht., Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands: Kurswechsel in der Stabilisierungspolitik. Siebenter Bericht, Teil I., Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands: Monetäre Orientierungslosigkeit und realwirtschaftlicher Aktionismus. Dritter Bericht, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands. Privater und öffentlicher Ressourcentransfer nach Rußland: Noch keine Stütze im Transformationsprozeß. Neunter Bericht, Teil II, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands. Rußland in der Weltwirtschaft: Noch nicht mehr als ein Exporteur von Rohstoffen. Siebenter Bericht, Teil II., Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands: Schuldenstreichung statt Reformen? Vierzehnter Bericht, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands: Systemtransformation auf dem Rückzug? Zweiter Bericht, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands: Wachstumsperspektive fehlt weiterhin, Schuldenerlaß keine Lösung. Fünfzehnter Bericht, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands: Wirtschaftliche Wende bedenklich verzögert. Zwölfter Bericht, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Rußlands: Wirtschaftspolitik muß jetzt endlich Wachstumserfolge vorweisen. Elfter Bericht., Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Weißrußlands: Fehlende Reformen gefährden geldpolitischen Kurswechsel, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Weißrußlands: Kein Ende des Niedergangs, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Weißrußlands: Krisenbewältigung durch Flucht in die Rubelzone?, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Weißrußlands: Systemtransformation durch Annäherung an Rußland?, Die
wirtschaftliche Lage Weißrußlands: Ungenügende Reformen trotz verschärfter Krise, Die
Worker remittances and capital flows to developing countries
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