Before joining the BIS, Blaise worked for the central bank of the French Overseas Departments and Territories and in the Bank of England's Financial Stability Department. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Wales and a master's degree in banking, finance and insurance from the Université Paris-Dauphine.
Fields of interest
- Financial markets
- Central banking
- Monetary policy
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BIS Working Papers No 159
Other authors: Marco Sorge
BIS Working Papers No 132
Other authors: Yener Altunbas
Other authors: Karsten von Kleist
- " Introducing financial stability considerations into Taylor rules in emerging market economies" (with K Miyajima and J Urban), Applied Economics Letters, vol 22, no 16, 2015.
- " Optimized Taylor rules with domestic bond yields in emerging market economies" (with K Miyajima and J Urban), Applied Economics Letters, vol 22, issue 9, 2015. Also published in BIS Papers no 78.
- " Spoilt and lazy: The impact of state support on bank behavior in the international loan market" (with K Tsatsaronis and Y Altunbas), International Journal of Central Banking, vol 8, no 4, pp 121-73, December 2012. Also published as BIS Working Papers no 265.
- " Asymmetric information among lending syndicate members and the value of repeat lending" (with A Kara and P Molyneux), Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, vol 22, no 4, pp 913-35, October 2012. Also published as BIS Working Papers no 350.
- " The term structure of credit spreads in project finance" (with M Sorge), International Journal of Finance and Economics, vol 13, no 1, pp 68-81, January 2008. Also published as BIS Working Papers no 159.
- Syndicated loans: a hybrid of relationship lending and publicly traded debt (with Y Altunbas and A Kara), May 2006.
- " Key factors affecting internationally active banks' decision to participate in loan syndications", Applied Economics Letters, vol 12, no 4, pp 249-53, 2005.