Ryan Niladri Banerjee
Ryan Banerjee's current research interests include the role of finance in firm growth, fiscal policy and liquidity regulation. Prior to joining the BIS in 2012, Ryan was a senior economist at the Bank of England, where he worked in the Monetary Analysis directorate on the quantitative easing programme, the Financial Stability directorate on liquidity regulation and as an economist for Professor Stephen Nickell in the External Monetary Policy Committee Unit. Ryan holds a PhD in economics from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Fields of interest
- Business cycles and growth
- Fiscal policy
- Financial institutions and microprudential issues (including banking supervision)
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BIS Working Papers No 662
BIS Working Papers No 575
Other authors: Kristian S Blickle
BIS Working Papers No 553
Other authors: Fabrizio Zampolli
Self-oriented monetary policy, global financial markets and excess volatility of international capital flows
BIS Working Papers No 540
BIS Quarterly Review March 2015
BIS Working Papers No 475
BIS Working Papers No 470
Other authors: Hitoshi Mio
- " The impact of liquidity regulation on banks" (with H Mio), Journal of Financial Intermediation, 2017, forthcoming. Also published as BIS Working Papers, no 470.
- " Self-oriented monetary policy, global financial markets and excess volatility of international capital flows" (with M Devereux and G Lombardo), Journal of International Money and Finance, vol 68, November 2016, pp 275-97. Also published as BIS Working Papers, no 540.
- " Using changes in auction maturity sectors to help identify the impact of QE on gilt yields" (with N Mclaren and D Latto), The Economic Journal, vol 124, issue 576, 2014, pp 453-79.
- " Flexible inflation targeting: performance and challenges" (with S Cecchetti and B Hofmann), in L Reichlin and R Baldwin (eds), Is inflation targeting dead? Central banking after the crisis, 2013, pp 113-19.
- " UK consumers' habits" (with N Batini), External MPC Unit Discussion Paper, no 13, 2013.