Morten Linnemann Bech

Morten Linnemann Bech

Centre Head - Switzerland
BIS Innovation Hub

Morten Bech joined the BIS in mid-2011. Before taking up his current assignment in 2020, he was the head of the secretariat supporting the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures with responsibility for coordinating and contributing to the activities of the Committee and its various working groups. He has also served as Secretary to the Markets Committee. He previously worked for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Danish central bank. In 2009, he was a visitor at the Monetary Affairs Division of the Federal Reserve Board in Washington DC. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He has written on various issues relating to monetary policy implementation, money markets, the network topology of financial markets, large-value payment systems and systemic risk.

Fields of interest

  • Monetary policy
  • Financial markets
  • Financial market infrastructures

22 items
December 2017

by Morten Linnemann Bech and Todd Keister

in Journal of Monetary Economics
July 2016

by Cyril Monnet and Morten Linnemann Bech

in Journal of Economic Theory
2012

by Morten Linnemann Bech and Y Lengwiler

in Working Papers
2014
2012

by Morten Linnemann Bech and Rodney Garratt

in Journal of Money, Credit and Banking
July 2011

by E Klee, Morten Linnemann Bech and V Stebunovs

in Financial and Economic Discussion Series
2011

by C Bergstrom, M Rosvall, Morten Linnemann Bech and Rodney Garratt

in Staff Reports
2011

by E Klee and Morten Linnemann Bech

in Journal of Monetary Economics
November 2010

by E Atalay and Morten Linnemann Bech

in Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications
June 2010

by A Ashcraft, Morten Linnemann Bech and S Frame

in Journal of Money, Credit and Banking