Isabel Schnabel
TitleCited byYear
Competition, risk-shifting, and public bail-out policies
R Gropp, H Hakenes, I Schnabel
The Review of Financial Studies 24 (6), 2084-2120, 2010
Reconciling risk sharing with market discipline: A constructive approach to euro area reform
A Bénassy-Quéré, M Brunnermeier, H Enderlein, E Farhi, C Fuest, ...
Centre for Economic Policy Research, 2018
Moral hazard and international crisis lending: a test
MG Dell'Ariccia, MJ Zettelmeyer, MI Schnabel
International Monetary Fund, 2002
Bank size and risk-taking under Basel II
H Hakenes, I Schnabel
Journal of Banking & Finance 35 (6), 1436-1449, 2011
Liquidity and contagion: The crisis of 1763
I Schnabel, HS Shin
Journal of the European Economic Association 2 (6), 929-968, 2004
Banks without parachutes: Competitive effects of government bail-out policies
H Hakenes, I Schnabel
Journal of Financial Stability 6 (3), 156-168, 2010
The German twin crisis of 1931
I Schnabel
The Journal of Economic History 64 (3), 822-871, 2004
Bubbles and central banks: Historical perspectives
MK Brunnermeier, I Schnabel
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP10528, 2015
Money and trust: lessons from the 1620s for money in the digital age
I Schnabel, HS Shin
BIS Working paper, 2018
Financial integration and growth—Why is Emerging Europe different?
C Friedrich, I Schnabel, J Zettelmeyer
Journal of International Economics 89 (2), 522-538, 2013
Credit risk transfer and bank competition
H Hakenes, I Schnabel
Journal of Financial Intermediation 19 (3), 308-332, 2010
Capital regulation, bank competition, and financial stability
H Hakenes, I Schnabel
Economics Letters 113 (3), 256-258, 2011
How do official bailouts affect the risk of investing in emerging markets?
G Dell'Ariccia, I Schnabel, J Zettelmeyer
Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking 38 (7), 1689-1714, 2006
Public ownership of banks and economic growth: The impact of country heterogeneity 1
T Körner, I Schnabel
Economics of transition 19 (3), 407-441, 2011
Financial sector reform after the subprime crisis: Has anything happened?
A Schäfer, I Schnabel, B Weder di Mauro
Review of Finance 20 (1), 77-125, 2015
Bank bonuses and bailouts
H Hakenes, I Schnabel
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 46 (s1), 259-288, 2014
The threat of capital drain: A rationale for regional public banks?
H Hakenes, I Schnabel
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics JITE 166 (4), 662-689, 2010
The role of liquidity and implicit guarantees in the German twin crisis of 1931
I Schnabel
Journal of International Money and Finance 28 (1), 1-25, 2009
Why banks are not too big to fail–evidence from the CDS market
A Barth, I Schnabel
Economic Policy 28 (74), 335-369, 2013
Bail-in expectations for European banks: Actions speak louder than words
A Schäfer, I Schnabel, B Weder
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP11061, 2016
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