Anne-Caroline Hüser

Research Economist - Stress Testing Strategy Division

Biography

Anne-Caroline started her position as a research economist in our Stress Testing Strategy Division in October 2018. Her current research interests include financial networks, the repo market and models of contagion.

She holds a PhD in Economics from the Goethe University in Frankfurt, an MSc in European Political Economy from the London School of Economics as well as an MA and a BA in Economics and Politics from Sciences Po Paris. During her PhD she mainly worked on financial network models and their applications to contagion analysis in the banking sector, assessing the financial stability implications of: the new European resolution framework, overlapping portfolios in the banking sector, and prudential regulation. 

During her PhD she has worked as a PhD Trainee in the European Central Bank’s Directorate for Macroprudential Policy and Financial Stability, as a Research Assistant in the Bundesbank Research Centre and as a Visiting Lecturer at Sciences Po Paris. 

Anne-Caroline's selected academic publications

The systemic implications of bail-in: A multi-layered network approach with G. Hałaj and  C. Kok  and C. Perales and A. van der Kraaij, Journal of Financial Stability (2018)
Too interconnected to fail: A survey of the interbank networks literature, Journal of Network Theory in Finance (2015)

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