I am an Economist at the Bank for International Settlements.

I obtained my Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford University in 2016.

My research focuses on international finance and financial intermediation.


Dominant Currency Debt (with Semyon Malamud (EPFL)), BIS Working Paper (No. 783) version

Global Banks, Dollar Funding, and Regulation (with Iñaki Aldasoro (BIS) and Torsten Ehlers (BIS)), BIS Working Paper (No. 708) version

Spillovers of Funding Dry-ups  (with Iñaki Aldasoro (BIS), Florian Balke (Goethe U) and Andreas Barth (Goethe U))


“September stress in dollar repo markets: passing or structural?” (with Fernando Avalos (BIS) and Torsten Ehlers (BIS)), BIS Quarterly Review, December 2019, pp. 12-14.

Selected Media Coverage: Financial Times 1, Financial Times 2, The Economist, FT Alphaville, Bloomberg 1Bloomberg 2, Bloomberg TV, Washington PostWall Street Journal 1, Wall Street Journal 2, Barron’s, Reuters, Frances Coppola blog, Zerohedge.

“Investment mandates and fire sales: the case of mutual funds and BBB bonds” (with Sirio Aramonte (BIS)), BIS Quarterly Review, March 2019, pp. 12-13.

Selected Media Coverage: Financial Times, Bloomberg, Barron’s, Irish Independent

“Financial markets remain vulnerable to year-end stress” (with Sirio Aramonte (BIS)), BIS Quarterly Review, March 2019, pp. 8-9.

The views expressed in this personal website are solely of Egemen Eren, and should not be interpreted as reflecting the views of the Bank for International Settlements.