Előd

Előd Takáts

Senior Economist
Financial Systems & Regulation, Monetary and Economic Department

Előd Takáts earned his PhD in finance at Princeton University in 2006. After graduating, he joined the International Monetary Fund's Economist Program and worked in the Western Hemisphere, the Strategy, Policy and Review, and the Monetary and Capital Markets Departments. He joined the BIS in 2009. He has worked for seven years on emerging market issues, organising confidential meetings for central bankers and preparing policy documents. In 2016, he joined the Financial Systems and Regulation unit, where his policy work focuses on global financial issues.

Fields of interest

  • Finance
  • International economics
  • Central banking

Date BIS research papers
Nov 2016

The inflation process

BIS Papers No 89

Other authors: Yavuz Arslan and Martina Jašová

Sep 2016

Exchange rate pass-through: What has changed since the crisis?

BIS Working Papers No 583

Other authors: Martina Jašová and Richhild Moessner

Sep 2016

The ECB's QE and euro cross-border bank lending

BIS Quarterly Review September 2016

Other authors: Stefan Avdjiev and Agnė Subelytė

Mar 2016

Monetary policy spillovers and currency networks in cross-border bank lending

BIS Working Papers No 549

Other authors: Stefan Avdjiev

Nov 2015

The role of debt securities markets

BIS Papers No 83

Other authors: Masazumi Hattori

Sep 2015

International monetary spillovers

BIS Quarterly Review September 2015

Other authors: Boris Hofmann

Feb 2015

Can demography affect inflation and monetary policy?

BIS Working Papers No 485

Other authors: Mikael Juselius

Sep 2014

Cross-border bank lending during the taper tantrum: the role of emerging market fundamentals

BIS Quarterly Review September 2014

Other authors: Stefan Avdjiev

Aug 2014

International monetary policy transmission

BIS Papers No 78

Other authors: Abraham Vela

Sep 2013

Capital flow dynamics and FX intervention

BIS Papers No 73

Other authors: Torsten Ehlers