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Professor Klaus Schaeck

Formerly at Lancaster University

Klaus Schaeck

Research overview

Klaus Schaeck is a Professor of Finance at Lancaster University Management School. His research interest focuses on the empirical modelling of bank behaviour. In particular, he primarily investigates the role of the government in banking systems in terms of regulation, supervision, and bank bailouts, and how such government interventions affect bank conduct. Recently, he also started examining the role of wealth shocks for household securities portfolios. His work has been published in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, the Journal of Financial Intermediation, the Review of Finance, the Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, the Journal of Corporate Finance, and other journals. His research has been presented at leading international conferences such as the American Finance Association Conference, the SFS Finance Cavalcade, the European Finance Association Conference, the Financial Intermediation Research Society Meeting, the Annual Darden International Finance Conference, and other events. Klaus was a frequent visitor at the International Monetary Fund, has held several visiting appointments at the Deutsche Bundesbank, and he was also a consultant in the ECB’s Financial Research Division, and for the World Bank.

His working papers can be downloaded from SSRN.

For a complete list of publications, working papers, and further details please refer to the personal website and the CV.

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