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Zukünftige Eigenkapitalvorschriften und ihre Auswirkungen auf die Realwirtschaft: Impact Studies

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President, Government Debt Committee; Former Director, IHS - Institute of Advanced Studies, Vienna
Chief Economist, "la Caixa"; Professor of Economics, IESE Business School, Barcelona
Director, BRUEGEL - Brussels European and Global Economic Laboratory, Brussels
Deputy Managing Director and Chief Economist, Global Macroeconomic Analysis, IIF- Institute of International Finance, Washington Abstract
The financial crisis unleashed a wave of regulatory reform, most of which are well-intentioned and make sense. When combined, however, they represent a significant tightening in conditions facing the global banking sector, which would reduce credit availability to the economy when it is most in need of financial support. In an effort to assess the potential costs of regulatory reform, we constructed simple models that link the banking sector to the real economy. The models have their strengths and weaknesses, but have the distinct advantage of allowing analysts to focus on where differences lie in the debate about macroeconomic effects.
Member, Advisory Committee, Financial Market Symposium, European Forum Alpbach, Vienna Chair

Dr. Bernhard FELDERER

President, Government Debt Committee; Former Director, IHS - Institute of Advanced Studies, Vienna

1959-1964 Studies, Law and Economics, University of Vienna
1964-1966 Studies, Economics, Faculté de Droit et Sciences Economiques, University of Paris
1964 Doctoral degree, Vienna
1973 Habilitation, Karlsruhe, Germany
1966-1967 Research Assistant of Prof. Fritz Machlup, Princeton University, New York, USA
1967-1968 Visiting Professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA
1968-1974 Assistant Professor, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
1974-1990 Professor of Economics, University of Cologne, Germany
1977 6-month appointment of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, consulting and teaching, mainly in Novosibirsk and Moscow
1987-1990 Director, Economic Seminar, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Cologne, Germany
  Professor Emeritus of Economics, University of Cologne, Germany
1991-1995 Professor of Economics, University of Bochum, Germany
1991-2012 Director, Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna
since 2006 Chairman, Austrian Government Debt Committee
since 2006 Chairman, Austrian Government Debt Committee

Jordi GUAL

Chief Economist, "la Caixa"; Professor of Economics, IESE Business School, Barcelona

 PhD in economics from the University of California at Berkeley, he has been Visiting Professor at this University, the Université Libre de Bruxelles and the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics. For several years he was Head of the Economics Department and the Academic Director of the research center "Public Sector-Private Sector" at IESE Business School.
 Between September 1994 and September 1996 he was Economic Adviser to the Director General for Economic and Financial Affairs of the European Commission in Brussels.

Jean PISANI-FERRY

Director, BRUEGEL - Brussels European and Global Economic Laboratory, Brussels

 Trained as an Engineer, Master in Mathematics, Advanced Degree in Economics
  Positions in Research and Government, France
1989 Economic Adviser to the Director-General of DG ECFIN, European Commission
1992-1997 Director, CEPII
1997 Senior Economic Adviser, French Minister of Finance
2001-2002 Executive President, French Prime Ministers Council of Economic Analysis
2002-2004 Senior Adviser to the Director of the French Treasury
 Pisani-Ferry has held teaching positions with various Universities including Ecole Polytechnique, Paris and Université libre de Bruxelles.
2006-2007 President, French Economic Association

Philip SUTTLE

Deputy Managing Director and Chief Economist, Global Macroeconomic Analysis, IIF- Institute of International Finance, Washington

 B.A. in History & Economics from Merton College and M.Phil. in Economics from Nuffield College
 Before coming to the IIF, he was Managing Director and Global Head of Emerging Markets Research at Barclays Capital. He has also worked at the World Bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Bank of England. For most of his career, however, he was at JP Morgan, where he helped build Morgan's global economic research effort. He joined JP Morgan in London in 1988, where he rose to become Head of European Economic Research. He was transferred to New York in 1992 to help build Morgan's international research effort. In 1996, he was promoted to Managing Director.

Dr. Rainer MÜNZ

Member, Advisory Committee, Financial Market Symposium, European Forum Alpbach, Vienna

1978 Ph.D., University of Vienna
1979-1989 Research Fellow, Austrian Academy of Sciences
1980-1998 Lecturer, Alpen-Adria-University Klagenfurt and University of Vienna
1986-1987 Visiting Professor, University of Bamberg
1986, 1989 and 1997-1998 Visiting Professor, University of California at Berkeley
1988-1989 Visiting Professor, University of Frankfurt am Main
1989-1997 Lecturer, Technical University, Vienna
1990-1992 Director, Institute of Demography, Austrian Academy of Science
1992 Visiting Professor, University of Zurich
1992-2003 Head, Department of Demography, Humboldt University, Berlin
1995, 1997 Visiting Professor, Alpen-Adria-University Klagenfurt
2000-2001 Visiting Professor, University of Vienna
2001-2002 Senior Research Fellow, Department of Mathematics of Finance, Technical University, Vienna
since 2003 Senior Fellow, HWWI - Hamburg Institute of International Economics
since 2005 Senior Researcher, Erste Group Bank AG
2008-2010 Member, Reflection Group Horizon 2020-2030, European Union
since 2009 Senior Fellow, Migration Policy Center, Washington, D.C.
since 2010 Visiting Professor, University of St. Gallen
since 2010 Member of the Advisory Committee, Alpbach Financial Market Symposium, Vienna

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