Mathias

Mathias Drehmann

Head of Emerging Markets
Monetary and Economic Department, Emerging Markets

Mathias Drehmann is the head of the Emerging Markets section of the Monetary and Economic Department. Since joining the BIS in 2008, he has mainly worked on macro-financial interactions, financial stability questions and macroprudential regulation, where his research provided the basis for the countercyclical capital buffer adopted under Basel III. Mathias' work is cited widely and has been published in academic journals such as the American Economic Review, the Journal of Financial Intermediation or the Journal of Banking and Finance. He has also participated in, or was a secretary of, numerous international working groups of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, the Committee on the Global Financial System and the Financial Stability Board. Prior to coming to Basel, Mathias was a research manager at the Bank of England and a Senior Expert at the European Central Bank. He received a PhD from the University of Bonn and the London School of Economics, as part of the European Doctoral Program for Quantitative Economics.

Fields of interest

  • International economics
  • Financial stability and macro-prudential issues
  • Business cycle and growth

Dec 2018

Other authors: Claudio Borio and Dora Xia

BIS Quarterly Review   | December 2018
Sep 2018

Other authors: James Yetman

BIS Working Papers   | No 744
Mar 2018

Other authors: I├▒aki Aldasoro and Claudio Borio

BIS Quarterly Review   | March 2018
Jun 2017

Other authors: Mikael Juselius and Anton Korinek

BIS Working Papers   | No 645
Jul 2016

Other authors: Mikael Juselius, Claudio Borio and Piti Disyatat

BIS Working Papers   | No 569
Sep 2015

Other authors: Anamaria Illes, Mikael Juselius and Marjorie Santos

BIS Quarterly Review   | September 2015
May 2015

Other authors: Mikael Juselius

BIS Working Papers   | No 501
Mar 2014

Other authors: Kostas Tsatsaronis

BIS Quarterly Review   | March 2014
Aug 2013

Other authors: Mikael Juselius

BIS Working Papers   | No 421
Jun 2013

BIS Quarterly Review   | June 2013