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Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 1 / 2020

Debt – Blessing or Curse? Editorial

2020| Peter Hennecke, Doris Neuberger, Dorothea Schäfer
Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 4 / 2019

Schulden – Segen oder Fluch?

2019| Peter Hennecke, Doris Neuberger, Dorothea Schäfer
DIW Wochenbericht 5 / 2021

Schuldenbremse lieber modifizieren als abschaffen: Kommentar

2021| Alexander Kriwoluzky
Diskussionspapiere 1901 / 2020

Government Spending Multipliers in (Un)certain Times

We estimate the dynamic effects of government spending shocks, using time-varying volatility in US data modeled through a Markov switching process. We find that the average government spending multiplier is significantly and persistently above one, driven by a crowding-in of private consumption and non-residential investment. We rationalize the results empirically through a contemporaneously countercyclical ...

2020| Jan Philipp Fritsche, Mathias Klein, Malte Rieth
Monographien

How Effective Are Bank Levies in Reducing Leverage Given the Debt Bias of Corporate Income Taxation?

To finance resolution funds, the regulatory toolkit has been expanded in many countries by bank levies. In addition, these levies are often designed to reduce incentives for banks to rely excessively on wholesale funding resulting in high leverage ratios. At the same time, corporate income taxation biases banks’ capital structure towards debt financing in light of the deductibility of interest on debt. ...

Vienna: SUERF, 2020, 6 S.
(SUERF Policy Briefs ; 21/2020)
| Franziska Bremus, Kirsten Schmidt, Lena Tonzer
Weitere Aufsätze

The Implications of Removing Repo Assets from the Leverage Ratio

This article summarises the key findings from a counterfactual exercise where the effect of removing repo assets from the leverage ratio on banks’ default probabilities is considered. The findings suggest that granting such an exemption may have adverse effects on the stability of the financial system, even when measures are introduced to compensate for the decline in capital required by the leverage ...

In: Macroprudential Bulletin (2018), 6, 7 S. | Jan Philipp Fritsche, Michael Grill, Claudia Lambert
Zeitungs- und Blogbeiträge

Solidität zahlt sich in Krisen aus

In: Fuldaer Zeitung (02.02.2021), S. 6 | Alexander Kriwoluzky
Statement

Schuldenbremse lieber modifizieren als aussetzen

Alexander Kriwoluzky, Leiter der Abteilung Makroökonomie am DIW Berlin, kommentiert den Vorschlag von Kanzleramtsminister Helge Braun zur Aussetzung der Schuldenbremse wie folgt:

26.01.2021| Alexander Kriwoluzky
Monographien

Government Spending Multipliers in (Un)certain Times

We estimate the dynamic effects of government spending shocks, using time-varying volatility in US data modeled through a Markov switching process. We find that the average government spending multiplier is significantly and persistently above one, driven by a crowding-in of private consumption and non-residential investment. We rationalize the results empirically through a contemporaneously countercyclical ...

Berlin: DIW Berlin, 2019, 27 S. | Jan Philipp Fritsche, Mathias Klein, Malte Rieth
DIW Weekly Report 15/16 / 2020

Government Bonds: European Banks Still Display Strong Home Bias: Requiring Capital Backing Could Worsen Problem

The European sovereign debt crisis illustrated how the stability of the entire financial system suffers when banks and sovereigns become too intertwined. However, there has been seemingly little success in reducing the bank-sovereign nexus in the decade since the crisis. As this Weekly Report shows, home bias remains strong and many European banks are still primarily purchasing domestic government ...

2020| Dorothea Schäfer, Michael Stöckel, Henriette Weser
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