Core research

Emily Jones and Alexandra O. Zeitz (2019). Financial convergence in the financial periphery: How interdependence shapes regulators’ decisions. GEG WP 2019/141.

Emily Jones and Peter Knaack (2019). Global Financial Regulation: Shortcomings and Reform Options. Global Policy.

Emily Jones, Thorsten Beck, Peter Knaack (2018). Basel standards and developing countries: A difficult relationship. VoxEU CEPR Policy Portal.

Emily Jones, Thorsten Beck, Peter Knaack (2018). Room to Manoeuvre: How Developing Countries Can Tailor Basel Standard. GEG Policy Brief.

Emily Jones, Thorsten Beck, Peter Knaack (2018). Mind the Gap: Making Basel Standards Work for Developing Countries. GEG Policy Brief.

Thorsten Beck, Emily Jones, Peter Knaack (2018). Peer pressure in banking supervision: Making Basel accords work for developing countries. OMFIF's The Bulletin.

Emily Jones and Alexandra O. Zeitz (2017). The Limits of Globalizing Basel Banking Standards. Journal of Financial Regulation, 3(1), 89-124.

Peter Knaack (2017). From shadow banking to digital financial inclusion: Regulatory framework contestation between China and the FSB. GEG Working Paper 2017/134.

Radha Upadhyaya (2017). The Political Economy of Basel Adoption in Kenya. GEG Working Paper 2017/131.

Emily Jones and Peter Knaack (2017). The Future of Global Financial Regulation. GEG Working Paper 2017/127.

Peter Knaack (2017). An Unlikely Champion of Global Finance: Why Is China Exceeding International Banking Standards? Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, Vol 46, No 2.


Related research

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