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.

NEW RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Dominant Currency Debt (with Semyon Malamud (EPFL)), Journal of Financial Economics (forthcoming). Internet Appendix Replication Package (Please cite the paper in case you use any data from this folder.)

NEW RESEARCH PAPERS

Global Banks, Dollar Funding, and Regulation (with Iñaki Aldasoro (BIS) and Torsten Ehlers (BIS)), BIS Working Paper (No. 708) version, R&R at the Journal of International Economics

Spillovers of Funding Dry-ups  (with Iñaki Aldasoro (BIS), Florian Balke (Goethe U) and Andreas Barth (Goethe U)), R&R at the Journal of International Economics

KEEPING BUSY DURING THE LOCKDOWN

Dollar funding costs during the Covid-19 crisis through the lens of the FX swap market (with Stefan Avdjiev (BIS) and Patrick McGuire (BIS))

US dollar funding markets during the Covid-19 crisis – the money market fund turmoil (with Andreas Schrimpf (BIS) and Vladyslav Sushko (BIS))

Selected media coverage: Risk.net

US dollar funding markets during the Covid-19 crisis – the international dimension (with Andreas Schrimpf (BIS) and Vladyslav Sushko (BIS))

Selected media coverage: The Economist

US dollar funding: an international perspective (CGFS Papers no:65, Role: Secretary and Working Group member)

Dollar funding of non-US banks through Covid-19 (with Inaki Aldasoro (BIS) and Wenqian Huang (BIS))

US branches and subsidiaries of non-US banks and the Covid-19 shock (with Inaki Aldasoro (BIS), Torsten Ehlers (BIS) and Wenqian Huang (BIS))

Dollar deposits of central counterparties (with Inaki Aldasoro (BIS) and Wenqian Huang (BIS))

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.