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Journal Article (21)

  1. 2019
    Journal Article
    Hellwig, M. F., & Schnabel, I. (2019). Verursachen Target-Salden Risiken für die Steuerzahler? Wirtschaftsdienst, 99(8), 553–561
  2. 2016
    Journal Article
    Andritzky, J., Gadatsch, N., Körner, T., Schäfer, A., & Schnabel, I. (2016). Removing Privileges for Banks’ Sovereign Exposures – A Proposal. European Economy – Banks, Regulation, and the Real Sector, 1, 139–152
  3. 2015
    Journal Article
    Schnabel, I., Schäfer, A., & Weder di Mauro, B. (2015). Financial Sector Reform After the Subprime Crisis: Has Anything Happened? Review of Finance, 20(1), 77–125
  4. Journal Article
    Schnabel, I., & Gurlit, E. (2015). The New Actors of Macroprudential Supervision in Germany and Europe – A Critical Evaluation. Journal of Banking Law and Banking (zbb), 6, 349–362
  5. 2014
    Journal Article
    Hakenes, H., & Schnabel, I. (2014). Bank Bonuses and Bail-Outs. Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 46(s1), 259–288
  6. Journal Article
    Schnabel, I. (2014). Das europäische Bankensystem: Bestandsaufnahme und Herausforderungen [The European Banking System: Status Quo and Challenges for the Future]. Wirtschaftsdienst, 94, 6–10
  7. 2013
    Journal Article
    Friedrich, C., Schnabel, I., & Zettelmeyer, J. (2013). Financial Integration and Growth – Why Is Emerging Europe Different? Journal of International Economics, 89, 522–538
  8. Journal Article
    Schnabel, I. (2013). Discussion of Harald Hau, Sam Langfield and David Marques-Ibanez, Bank ratings: what determines their quality? Economic Policy, 28, 327–329
  9. Journal Article
    Schnabel, I. (2013). Discussion of Thorsten Beck, Radomir Todorov and Wolf Wagner, Supervising cross-border banks: theory, evidence and policy. Economic Policy, 28, 37–39
  10. Journal Article
    Schnabel, I., & Barth, A. (2013). Why Banks Are Not Too Big To Fail – Evidence from the CDS Market. Economic Policy, 28, 335–369
  11. 2011
    Journal Article
    Hakenes, H., & Schnabel, I. (2011). Capital Regulation, Bank Competition and Financial Stability. Economics Letters, 113, 256–258
  12. Journal Article
    Schnabel, I., & Bonin, J. P. (2011). The great transformation: From government-owned to foreign-controlled banking sectors. A symposium on banking in transition. Economics of Transition, 19, 397–405
  13. Journal Article
    Schnabel, I., & Körner, T. (2011). Public Ownership of Banks and Economic Growth: The Impact of Country Heterogeneity. Economics of Transition, 19, 407–441
  14. 2010
    Journal Article
    Hakenes, H., & Schnabel, I. (2010). The Threat of Capital Drain: A Rationale for Regional Public Banks? Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 166, 662–689
  15. 2007
    Journal Article
    Hakenes, H., & Schnabel, I. (2007). Regionale Banken in einer globalisierten Welt [Regional Banks in a Globalized World]. Kredit und Kapital, 40, 351–380
  16. 2006
    Journal Article
    Hakenes, H., & Schnabel, I. (2006). Braucht Deutschland eine 'starke private deutsche Bank'? Über die Notwendigkeit nationaler Champions im Bankwesen. Kredit und Kapital, 39(2), 163–181
  17. Journal Article
    Schnabel, I., dell'Ariccia, G., & Zettelmeyer, J. (2006). How Do Official Bailouts Affect the Risk of Investing in Emerging Markets? (formerly entitled "Moral Hazard and International Crisis Lending: A Test"). Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 38(7), 1689–1714
  18. 2004
    Journal Article
    Schnabel, I. (2004). The German Twin Crisis of 1931. Journal of Economic History, 64(3), 822–871
  19. Journal Article
    Schnabel, I. (2004). Reply to Thomas Ferguson and Peter Temin's Comment on 'The German Twin Crisis of 1931'. Journal of Economic History, 64(3), 877–878
  20. Journal Article
    Schnabel, I., & Hyun Song, S. (2004). Liquidity and Contagion: The Crisis of 1763 (formerly entitled "Foreshadowing LTCM: The Crisis of 1763). Journal of the European Economic Association, 2(6), 929–968
  21. Journal Article
    Schnabel, I., & Shin, H. S. (2004). Liquidity and Contagion: The Crisis of 1763 (formerly entitled "Foreshadowing LTCM: The Crisis of 1763). Journal of the European Economic Association, 2(6), 929–968

Book Chapter (7)

  1. 2016
    Book Chapter
    Andritzky, J., Feld, L. P., Schmidt, C. M., Schnabel, I., & Wieland, V. (2016). Creditor Participation Clauses: Making No Bail-Out Credible in the Euro Area. In F. Allen, E. Carletti, J. Gray, & M. Gulati (Eds.), Filling the gaps in governance: the case of Europe, 67–74. Florence: European University Institute
  2. Book Chapter
    Brunnermeier, M., & Schnabel, I. (2016). Bubbles and Central Banks: Historical Perspectives. In M. D. Bordo, O. Eitrheim, M. Flandreau, & J. F. Qvigstad (Eds.), Central Banks at a Crossroads – What Can We Learn from History?, 493–562. Cambridge: Cambridge University
  3. 2015
    Book Chapter
    Feld, L. P., Schmidt, C. M., Schnabel, I., & Wieland, V. (2015). Divergence of liability and control as the source of over-indebtedness and moral hazard in the European monetary union. In R. Baldwin (Ed.), F. Giavazzi, The Eurozone Crisis: A Consensus View of the Causes and a Few Possible Remedies,
  4. Book Chapter
    Schnabel, I., & Faia, E. (2015). The road from micro- to macro-prudential regulation. In E. Faia, A. Hackethal, M. Haliassos, & K. Langenbucher (Eds.), Financial regulation: A transatlantic perspective, 3–22. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  5. 2010
    Book Chapter
    Schnabel, I. (2010). Lessons from Financial Crisis – Historical Perspectives and Theoretical Concepts. In Bankhistorisches Archiv, 47, 89–97
  6. 2009
    Book Chapter
    Hakenes, H., & Schnabel, I. (2009). The Regulation of Credit Derivative Markets. In M. Dewatripont, X. Freixas, & R. Portes (Eds.), Macroeconomic Stability and Financial Regulation: Key Issues for the G20 113-127, 113–127. Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR)
  7. 2007
    Book Chapter
    Hakenes, H., & Schnabel, I. (2007). Welchen Einfluss haben staatliche Garantien auf die Risikoübernahme von Banken? [How Do Public Guarantees Affect Banks’ Risk-Taking?]. In Max Planck Society (Ed.), Jahrbuch der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, 199–202

Proceedings (1)

  1. 2005
    Proceedings
    Schnabel, I. (2005). The divorce between macro financial stability and micro supervisory responsibility: are we now in for a more stable life? – Comment, - p. Proceedings presented at the 33rd Economics Conference

Working Paper (8)

  1. 2013
    Working Paper
    Hakenes, H., & Schnabel, I. (2013). Bank Bonuses and Bail-Outs. Bonn: Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
  2. 2010
    Working Paper
    Gropp, R., Hakenes, H., & Schnabel, I. (2010). Competition, Risk-Shifting, and Public Bail-out Policies. Bonn: Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
  3. Working Paper
    Körner, T., & Schnabel, I. (2010). Public Ownership of Banks and Economic Growth – The Role of Heterogeneity. Bonn: Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
  4. 2009
    Working Paper
    Hakenes, H., & Schnabel, I. (2009). Credit Risk Transfer and Bank Competition. Bonn: Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
  5. 2006
    Working Paper
    Hakenes, H., & Schnabel, I. (2006). The Threat of Capital Drain: A Rationale for Public Banks? Bonn: Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
  6. 2005
    Working Paper
    Hakenes, H., & Schnabel, I. (2005). Bank Size and Risk-Taking under Basel II. Bonn: Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
  7. Working Paper
    Schnabel, I. (2005). The Role of Liquidity and Implicit Guarantees in the German Twin Crisis of 1931. Bonn: Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
  8. 2004
    Working Paper
    Hakenes, H., & Schnabel, I. (2004). Banks without Parachutes – Competitive Effects of Government Bail-out Policies. Bonn: Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods

Report (1)

  1. 2014
    Report
    Schnabel, I. (2014). Mehr Vertrauen in Marktprozesse. Wiesbaden: German Council of Economic Experts
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