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Ambiguity (i.e. Incalculable Risk)

 

Financial Economics:

  • Demand for Liquidity

Eichberger, J. and W. Spanjers (2007), ‘Liquidity Provision under Ambiguity: Banks or Asset Markets?’, Economics Discussion Paper 444, University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany, and SFB 504 Discussion Paper 07-18, SonderForschungsBereich 504, University of Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany.

Spanjers, W. (1999/2008), Liquiditätsversorgung bei Knight'scher Unsicherheit: Ein theoretischer Vergleich von Banken und Märkten (Liquidity Provision under Ambiguity: A Theoretical Comparison of Banks and Markets), Habilitation Thesis, Saarland University, Saarbrücken and Engelsdorfer Verlag, Leipzig, Germany. 374 pages

  • Supply of Liquidity

Spanjers, W. (1999/2008), Liquiditätsversorgung bei Knight'scher Unsicherheit: Ein theoretischer Vergleich von Banken und Märkten (Liquidity Provision under Ambiguity: A Theoretical Comparison of Banks and Markets), Habilitation Thesis, Saarland University, Saarbrücken and Engelsdorfer Verlag, Leipzig, Germany. 374 pages

  • Over- and Under Valuation of Assets

Spanjers, W. (2011), ‘Undervaluation and Overvaluation of Ambiguous Assets’, Mimeo, Presented at the Rimini Conference on Economics and Finance 10th – 13th June 2010, University of Bologna at Rimini, Italy.

 

Development Economics:

  •  Development Strategy and Political Uncertainty

Spanjers, W. (2009), ‘The Asian Crisis and Macroeconomic Development: The Impact of Ambiguity’, in Development Macroeconomics: Essays in Memory of Anita Ghatak edited by S. Ghatak and P. Levine, Routledge.

Brach, J. and W. Spanjers (2011), ‘Political Ambiguity and Economic Development: The MENA Countries’ Mimeo, presented at 12th Mediterranean Research Meeting, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Montecatini Terme, Italy

  •   Migration

Project Proposal: Brach, J., S. Ghatak and W. Spanjers

  •   Innovation

Project Proposal: Brach, J. and W. Spanjers

 

Economics of Organisation:

  • Kelsey, D. and W. Spanjers (2004), “Ambiguity in Partnerships”, The Economic Journal, Vol. 114, pp. 528 – 546.


Economic Crises:

  • Currency Crises

Spanjers, W. (2008), ‘Loss of Confidence and Currency Crises’, International Journal of Economic Research, Vol. 5, pp. 219 – 237.

  • The Financial Crisis

Spanjers, W. (2011), ‘Liquidity Provision, Ambiguous Asset Returns and the Financial Crisis’, Working Paper WP 11-10, Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis, Rimini, Italy.

  • The Euro Crisis

Project Proposal: Spanjers, W. and C. Tsoukis

 

Monetary Economics:

  •    Developing Economies

Ghatak, S. and W. Spanjers (2007), ‘Monetary Policy Rules in Transition Economies: The Impact of Ambiguity’, International Journal of Development Issues, Vol. 6 , No. 1, pp. 26 – 37.

  •  Central Bank Policy

Spanjers, W. (2008), ‘Central Banks and Ambiguity’, International Review of Economics and Finance, Vol. 17, pp. 85 – 102.

 

Financial Economics

 

 Micro Finance

  • Abdullah, S. , A. Mullineux, T. Fielding and W. Spanjers (2004), Intra-household Resource Allocation and Bargaining Power of Women using Micro-Credit in Bangladesh, Discussion Paper, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.
  • Liu, W. and W. Spanjers (2009), Social Capital and Credit Constraints in Informal Finance, International Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. 2, pp. 187 – 207.

Financial Systems

Spanjers, W. (1999/2008), Liquiditätsversorgung bei Knight'scher Unsicherheit: Ein theoretischer Vergleich von Banken und Märkten (Liquidity Provision under Ambiguity: A Theoretical Comparison of Banks and Markets), Habilitation Thesis, Saarland University, Saarbrücken and Engelsdorfer Verlag, Leipzig, Germany. 374 pages
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