Series: #FBFPills

  1. Why we should remember financial crises?

    Youssef Cassis (Professor, Robert Schuman Centre)

    3 November 2022

  2. How Credit affects the Economy

    Karsten Müller (NUS Business School)

    24 October 2022

  3. The regulation of Digitalisation

    Elisabeth Noble (European Banking Authority)

    10 October 2022

  4. The end of a golden age of financial markets?

    Sony Kapoor (Part-time Professor, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute)

    23 June 2022

  5. To Repay or to Default? How Economies Deal with Sovereign Debt

    Ugo Panizza (Professor of Economics and Pictet Chair in Finance and Development at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva)

    13 June 2022

  6. The Changing Culture of Risk Management in Banks

    Jean Jacques van Helten (Visiting Fellow at the Florence School of Banking and Finance)

    31 May 2022

  7. Regulating Blockchain & Digital Assets: Rule of Law vs. Rule of Code

    Morshed Mannan (Robert Schuman Centre, EUI)

    31 May 2022

  8. The economic impact of the war in Ukraine

    Daniel Gros (Fellow at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and Director of the Centre for European Policy Studies, CEPS)

    29 April 2022

  9. Non-Performing Loans and Bank Reserves in Crisis Times

    Elena Carletti (Professor of Finance at Bocconi University and Founding Director of the Florence School of Banking and Finance)

    13 April 2022

  10. Economic Integration in the EU

    Niels Thygesen (Professor Emeritus of International Economics at the University of Copenhagen)

    31 March 2022

  11. Why is wealth much more unequally distributed than income?

    Moritz Schularick (SciencesPo and University of Bonn)

    17 March 2022

  12. How Risk Management has changed since the crisis

    Jean Jacques van Helten (Visiting Fellow at the Florence School of Banking, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute)

    10 March 2022

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