Daniela Gabor

Shadow banking activities, in particular repo markets, and the implications for central banking, sovereign bond markets and regulatory activity; political economy of global, interconnected banks and their presence in emerging/developing countries through the lens of dependent financialization

Daniela Gabor is associate professor in economics at the University of the West of England, Bristol. She holds a PhD in banking and finance from the University of Stirling (2009). Since then, she has published on central banking in crisis, on the governance of global banks and the IMF, and on shadow banking and repo markets. Her latest publication is a co-edited book with Charles Goodhart, Jakob Vestegaard, and Ismail Erturk entitled Central Banking at Crossroads (Anthem Press, 2014).

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Waiting for the Chinese Bear Stearns

Article | Mar 13, 2018

Unregulated, speculative lending markets nearly brought down the global financial system 10 years ago. Now, Western banks are exporting this failed model to the developing world.

The (Impossible) Repo Trinity

Article | Aug 12, 2016

The untold story of shadow banking

Towards a theory of shadow money

Article | Apr 14, 2016

Struggles over shadow money today echo 19th century struggles over bank deposits.

Towards a theory of shadow money

Paper Grantee paper | | Apr 2016

What does the rise of shadow banking mean for monetary theory and practice? (How) should we change our traditional theories of money to capture the complex practices through which money is created in modern financial systems?

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Finance in the 21st Century

YSI workshop @ Rethinking Finance Oslo 

YSI Event Workshop YSI | Apr 12–14, 2018

The INET YSI Financial Stability working group (WG) is organising a workshop as part of the Rethinking Finance Conference in Oslo at the Norwegian Business School BI on April 14th, 2018.