Michela Scatigna joined the BIS in 2001, and has worked on a variety of research projects related to international economics and financial institutions. After joining the BIS, she took a two-year sabbatical during which she worked in a commercial bank in Spain as a senior economist analysing international real estate markets. Ms Scatigna holds a BS in economics from the University of Rome III and an MSc in economics from the Collegio Carlo Alberto in Turin, Italy.
Fields of interest
- International finance
- Financial institutions and microprudential issues (including banking supervision)
- Financial stability and macroprudential issues
|Date||BIS research papers|
BIS Quarterly Review March 2016
BIS Quarterly Review September 2015
BIS Quarterly Review September 2014
BIS Working Papers No 443
Other authors: Benjamin H Cohen
BIS Quarterly Review March 2011
Other authors: Robert Neil McCauley
BIS Quarterly Review September 2007
Other authors: Camilo Tovar
BIS Quarterly Review March 2007
BIS Quarterly Review September 2006
BIS Papers No 23
Other authors: Madhusudan Mohanty
- " Diversification and bank profitability: a nonlinear approach" (with L Gambacorta and J Yang), Applied Economics Letters, vol 21, issue 6, 2014.
- " The dynamic pricing of sovereign risk in emerging markets: fundamentals and risk aversion" (with E Remolona and E Wu), Journal of Fixed Income, spring 2008.