Sebastian Doerr

Sebastian Doerr

Innovation and the Digital Economy, Monetary and Economic Department

Sebastian Doerr joined the BIS in 2019. His research interests cover financial intermediation and macroeconomics, with a focus on how innovation affects the financial sector and the economy. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Zurich. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Munich and his master's degree in economics and finance from the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics. During his PhD, he visited the University of California, Los Angeles, and worked at the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC. Sebastian Doerr was awarded the European Economic Association's "Young Economist Award", as well as the "Young Innovators Award" at the Vordenker Forum.

Fields of interest

  • Financial stability and macro-prudential issues
  • Financial institutions and micro-prudential issues
  • International finance

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October 2018

by Anke Weber, M Raissi and Sebastian Doerr

in Journal of International Money and Finance
February 2021

by Sebastian Doerr

in Review of Finance

by Hans-Joachim Voth, Jose-Luis Peydró, Sebastian Doerr and Stefan Gissler

in The Journal of Finance
December 2021

by Anamaria Illes, Guido Franco, Leonardo Gambacorta, Magdalena Erdem and Sebastian Doerr

in Economics Letters
June 2021

by P Schaz and Sebastian Doerr

in Journal of Financial Economics

by Hyun Song Shin, Jon Frost, Leonardo Gambacorta, Sebastian Doerr and Sharon Chen

in Journal of Financial Intermediation
A friend in need is a friend indeed? Nonbanks and lending relationships during crises

by Haonan Zhou, Iñaki Aldasoro and Sebastian Doerr

in SUERF Policy Briefs
Population aging and bank risk taking

by Gazi Kabaş, Sebastian Doerr and Steven Ongena

in Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis
Regulatory sandboxes and fintech funding: evidence from the UK

by Giulio Cornelli, Leonardo Gambacorta, Ouarda Merrouche and Sebastian Doerr

in Review of Finance
December 2022
Cyber risk in central banking

by David Whyte, Leonardo Gambacorta, Sebastian Doerr and Thomas Leach

in Bancaria