Coronavirus Updates

In the Banking Workshop, faculty and invited speakers present new banking research and banking research papers, with an emphasis on the economics of financial institutions.

For information concerning this workshop, please email Jennifer Williams or call her at 773.702.5530.

When possible, links to the workshop papers are posted to this page for printing. Occasionally, speakers opt not to circulate their papers. Therefore, the link will be unavailable.

We have been closely monitoring the evolving situation with COVID-19, and have decided, in accordance with university guidance and for the safety of our community, to hold the banking workshop through online video conference only. We will send out the link in the email announcements.

Spring 2023

Date Time  Location Topic Speaker Institution
Fri, Mar 24 Noon–1:10 pm                          C05 Monetary Policy, Inflation, and Crises: New Evidence From History and Administrative Data José-Luis Peydró Alcalde  Imperial College
Fri, Mar 31 Noon–1:10 pm          C05 Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL) Standard and Banks' Information Production Anya Kleymenova Federal Reserve Board
Fri, Apr 7 Noon–1:10 pm          C05 Can Stablecoins be Stable? Quentin Vandeweyer Chicago Booth
Fri, Apr14     NO SEMINAR    
Fri, Apr 21 Noon–1:10 pm       C02 The Passthrough of Treasury Supply to Bank Deposits Wenhao Li USC
Fri, Apr 28         NO SEMINAR    
Fri, May 5 Noon–1:10 pm   
 C05 A Model of Interacting Banks and Money Market Funds Javier Suárez CEMFI
Thu, May 11 Noon–1:10 pm C03

The Ongoing Banking Crisis

Erica Jiang
Gregor Matvos

USC / Chicago Booth
Fri, May 12 10:00-11:10 am    
 C05 Local Recessions: Evidence from Bank Liquidity Squeezes Rajkamal Iyer Imperial College
Fri, May 19 Noon–1:10 pm    C05 Central Banks as Dollar Lenders of Last Resort: Implications for Regulation and Reserve Holdings
Jeremy Stein Harvard
Fri, May 26 Noon–1:10 pm    C05 Making Money Gary Gorton Yale