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Sujit Kapadia

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Sujit KapadiaHead of Research
 

Current Areas of Interest:
Banking Crises
Banking and Financial Institutions
Financial Stability Policy
Network Economics

 

Contact Information:
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Education:
BA Economics, University of Cambridge
M.Phil. Economics, University of Oxford
D.Phil. Economics, University of Oxford

Professional Experience
Bank of England 2005 to present
Reserve Bank of India, February - May 2013

Selected Publications:

Taking uncertainty seriously: simplicity versus complexity in financial regulation
D Aikman, M Galesic, G Gigerenzer, S Kapadia, K Katsikopoulos, A Kothiyal, E Murphy and T Neumann
Bank of England Financial Stability Paper, Number 28, 2014

The credit-to-GDP gap and complementary indicators for macroprudential policy: evidence from the UK
J Giese, H Andersen, O Bush, C Castro, M Farag and S Kapadia
International Journal of Finance and Economics, Number 19(1), pages 25-47, 2014

Bank funding and financial stability
P Gai, A Haldane, S Kapadia and B Nelson
In Heath, A, Lilley, M and Manning, M (2013), Liquidity and funding markets: Reserve Bank of Australia Annual Conference Volume, pages 237–52.

Operationalising a macroprudential regime: goals, tools and open issues
D Aikman, A Haldane and S Kapadia
Banco de Espana Financial Stabilitity Journal, Number 24, pages 9-30, 2013

A Network Model of Financial System Resilience  
 K Anand, S Brennan, P Gai, S Kapadia and M Willison
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Volume 85 (1), pages 219-235, 2013
Bank of England Working Paper, Number 458, 2012

S Kapadia, M Drehmann, J Elliott and G Sterne
In Haubrich, J and Lo, A (2013), Quantifying Systemic Risk, The University of Chicago Press.
Bank of England Working Paper, Number 456, 2012

Size and Complexity in Model Financial Systems 
N Arinaminpathy, S Kapadia and R May 
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume 109(45), pages 18,338-18,343, 2012
Bank of England Working Paper, Number 465, 2012

Complexity, Concentration and Contagion 
P Gai, A Haldane and S Kapadia
Journal of Monetary Economics, Volume 58 (5), pages 453-470, 2011

See all Sujit's publications

The views expressed in all these papers are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the Bank of England.

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