Ulf Lewrick

Ulf Lewrick

Principal Economist
Financial Systems & Regulation, Monetary and Economic Department

Ulf Lewrick joined the BIS in February 2012. Before taking up his current assignment in 2015, he worked as an economist in the secretariat of the Committee on the Global Financial System, where he supported the work of several CGFS Study Groups. Prior to joining the BIS, Ulf held the position of deputy head of section (2010-12) and economist (2008-10) at the Swiss State Secretariat for International Financial Matters, where he contributed to several of the Swiss government's financial market reform initiatives. Ulf holds a PhD in economics from the University of Basel, where he is also a research fellow in the faculty of economics. His research focuses on issues pertaining to the structure and regulation of banks, investment funds and financial markets.

Fields of interest

  • Business cycles and growth
  • Financial markets
  • International finance

10 items
June 2022

by Jean-François Carpantier, Jochen Schanz, Shaneera Rasqué and Ulf Lewrick

in CSSF Working Paper
October 2021

by L Garcia, T Sečnik and Ulf Lewrick

in SUERF Policy Brief
October 2021

by A Mathur, T Goel and Ulf Lewrick

in Staff Working Papers
April 2021

by L Garcia, T Sečnik and Ulf Lewrick

in EBA Staff Papers Series
October 2019

by Nikola Tarashev, Tirupam Goel and Ulf Lewrick

in Journal of Financial Intermediation
forthcoming
Towards a macroprudential framework for investment funds: swing pricing and investor redemptions

by J Schanz and Ulf Lewrick

in International Journal of Central Banking
May 2018

by L Mohler, R Weder and Ulf Lewrick

in Review of International Economics
January 2017

by Ingo Fender and Ulf Lewrick

in CEMLA Boletín
2017

by Ingo Fender and Ulf Lewrick

in CBRC Working Paper
November 2016
Trade in variety and domestic production: evidence from US manufacturing

by L Mohler, R Weder and Ulf Lewrick

in Canadian Journal of Economics