Jochen Schanz

Senior Economist
CGFS Secretariat

After a stint in the private sector and acquiring a PhD in game theory at the European University Institute, Jochen Schanz worked on questions related to market infrastructure, prudential policy and monetary policy at the Bank of England from 2005 to 2014. Jochen joined the BIS in September 2014.

Fields of interest

  • Financial stability and macroprudential issues
  • Monetary policy
  • Financial market infrastructures

Date BIS research papers
Oct 2017

Is the price right? Swing pricing and investor redemptions

BIS Working Papers No 664

Other authors: Ulf Lewrick

Oct 2017

Liquidity risk in markets with trading frictions: What can swing pricing achieve?

BIS Working Papers No 663

Other authors: Ulf Lewrick

Dec 2011

The long-term economic impact of higher capital levels

BIS Papers No 60

Other authors: David Aikman, Paul Collazos, Marc Farag, David Gregory and Sujit Kapadia

  • "The relevance or otherwise of the central bank's balance sheet" (with D Miles), Journal of International Economics, vol 92, supplement 1, April 2014, pp S103–16.
  • "Banks' intraday liquidity management during operational outages: theory and evidence from the UK payment system" (with O Merrouche), Journal of Banking & Finance, vol 34, no 2, 2010, pp 314–23.