Dietrich Domanski

Deputy Head of Monetary and Economic Department and Head of Economic Analysis
Monetary and Economic Department

Dietrich Domanski is the Deputy Head of the Monetary and Economic Department and Head of Economic Analysis, and oversees the preparation of the regular meetings of central bank Governors at the BIS. Before joining the BIS in 2000, Dietrich headed the capital markets group in the Economics Department of the Deutsche Bundesbank. He also worked as IMF Advisor to Bank Indonesia during the Asian crisis. At the BIS, Dietrich has worked on monetary and financial stability issues in a number of functions, including as Head of the Macroeconomic Analysis unit (2005-07), Secretary to the Committee on the Global Financial System (CGFS) and Head of Policy Analysis. Dietrich has published on a range of financial stability issues in German and English. His main research interests include the interaction of monetary policy, financial markets and the real economy, and the role of financial intermediation in economic development.

Fields of interest

  • Monetary policy
  • Financial markets
  • Banking and finance

Date BIS research papers
Mar 2007

Financial investors and commodity markets

BIS Quarterly Review March 2007

Other authors: Alexandra Heath

Sep 2002

Housing markets and economic growth: lessons from the US refinancing boom

Other authors: Akash Deep

Mar 1999

The changing German banking industry: where do we come from and where are we heading to?

BIS Conference Papers No 7

Other authors: Hans Bauer

Mar 1998

What do asset price movements in Germany tell monetary policy makers?

BIS Conference Papers No 5

Other authors: Manfred Kremer

Mar 1996

Bond market volatility in Germany: evidence, causes and identification

BIS Conference Papers No 1

Other authors: Holger Neuhaus