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      Ryan Niladri Banerjee

      Principal Economist

      CGFS – Committee on the Global Financial System

      Ryan Banerjee’s current research interests cover corporate finance and monetary policy. His research agenda on the growth and impact of zombie firms, corporate reallocation and inflation risks has attracted significant interest in policy circles as well as the media. Ryan’s responsibilities have included preparing discussion papers for the BIS’s bimonthly Global Economy Meeting of central bank Governors and as the secretary to various cross-central bank working groups. Prior to joining the BIS in 2012, Ryan was a senior economist at the Bank of England, where his responsibilities included the quantitative easing programme and liquidity regulation. Ryan holds a PhD in economics from the University of Maryland, College Park.

      Fields of interest

      Corporate finance
      Monetary policy
      Prices and wages


      PUBLISHED PAPERS

      19 Sep 2022
      Borrower vulnerabilities, their distribution and credit losses
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee , Francesco Franceschi and Stéphane Riederer

      BIS Quarterly Review | September 2022

      07 Jul 2022
      Fiscal deficits and inflation risks: the role of fiscal and monetary policy regimes
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee , Valerie Boctor , Aaron Mehrotra and Fabrizio Zampolli

      BIS Working Papers | No 1028

      16 Feb 2022
      Exorbitant privilege? Quantitative easing and the bond market subsidy of prospective fallen angels
      by Viral V Acharya , Ryan Niladri Banerjee , Matteo Crosignani , Tim Eisert and Renée Spigt

      BIS Working Papers | No 1002

      22 Nov 2021
      Dampening the financial accelerator? Direct lenders and monetary policy
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee and José María Serena Garralda

      BIS Working Papers | No 979

      25 Mar 2021
      Liquidity to solvency: transition cancelled or postponed?
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee , Joseph Noss and Jose María Vidal Pastor

      BIS Bulletin | No 40

      07 Dec 2020
      The financial vulnerabilities driving firms to the exit
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee and Enisse Kharroubi

      BIS Quarterly Review | December 2020

      13 Oct 2020
      Bankruptcies, unemployment and reallocation from Covid-19
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee , Enisse Kharroubi and Ulf Lewrick

      BIS Bulletin | No 31

      12 Oct 2020
      The outlook for business bankruptcies
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee , Giulio Cornelli and Egon Zakrajšek

      BIS Bulletin | No 30

      04 Sep 2020
      Inflation at risk in advanced and emerging market economies
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee , Juan Contreras , Aaron Mehrotra and Fabrizio Zampolli

      BIS Working Papers | No 883

      02 Sep 2020
      Corporate zombies: Anatomy and life cycle
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee and Boris Hofmann

      BIS Working Papers | No 882

      23 Jul 2020
      Inflation at risk from Covid-19
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee , Aaron Mehrotra and Fabrizio Zampolli

      BIS Bulletin | No 28

      28 Apr 2020
      Covid-19 and corporate sector liquidity
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee , Anamaria Illes , Enisse Kharroubi and José María Serena Garralda

      BIS Bulletin | No 10

      04 Feb 2020
      Corporate investment and the exchange rate: The financial channel
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee , Boris Hofmann and Aaron Mehrotra

      BIS Working Papers | No 839

      23 Sep 2018
      The rise of zombie firms: causes and consequences
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee and Boris Hofmann

      BIS Quarterly Review | September 2018

      07 Feb 2018
      Deflation expectations
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee and Aaron Mehrotra

      BIS Working Papers | No 699

      27 Sep 2017
      The real effects of relationship lending
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee , Leonardo Gambacorta and Enrico Sette

      BIS Working Papers | No 662

      24 Aug 2016
      Housing collateral and small firm activity in Europe
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee and Kristian S Blickle

      BIS Working Papers | No 575

      30 Mar 2016
      What drives the short-run costs of fiscal consolidation? Evidence from OECD countries
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee and Fabrizio Zampolli

      BIS Working Papers | No 553

      22 Jan 2016
      Self-oriented monetary policy, global financial markets and excess volatility of international capital flows by Ryan Niladri Banerjee , Michael B Devereux and Giovanni Lombardo

      BIS Working Papers | No 540

      18 Mar 2015
      (Why) Is investment weak?
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee , Jonathan Kearns and Marco Jacopo Lombardi

      BIS Quarterly Review | March 2015

      18 Dec 2014
      SMEs, financial constraints and growth
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee

      BIS Working Papers | No 475

      21 Oct 2014
      The impact of liquidity regulation on banks
      by Ryan Niladri Banerjee and Hitoshi Mio

      BIS Working Papers | No 470

      October 2021 -The real effects of relationship lending
      by E Sette, Enrico Sette, Leonardo Gambacorta, R Banerjee and Ryan Niladri Banerjee

      in Journal of Financial Intermediation

      September 2021 – Financial frictions, real estate collateral and small firm activity in Europe
      by K Blickle and Ryan Niladri Banerjee

      in European Economic Review

      November 2019 -What drives the short-run costs of fiscal consolidation? Evidence from OECD countries
      by Fabrizio Zampolli and Ryan Niladri Banerjee

      in Economic Modelling

      July 2018-The impact of liquidity regulation on banks
      by H Mio and Ryan Niladri Banerjee

      in Journal of Financial Intermediation

      March 2022-Unanticipated and backward-looking: Deflations and the behaviour of inflation expectations by Aaron Mehrotra and Ryan Niladri Banerjee

      in International Journal of Central Banking

      February 2021-Disagreeing during deflations
      by Aaron Mehrotra and Ryan Niladri Banerjee

      in Journal of Money, Credit and Banking

      February 2020 -Corporate investment and the exchange rate: The financial channel
      by Aaron Mehrotra, Boris Hofmann and Ryan Niladri Banerjee

      in BOFIT Discussion Papers

      November 2016 -Self-oriented monetary policy, global financial markets and excess volatility of international capital flows
      by Giovanni Lombardo, M Devereux and Ryan Niladri Banerjee

      in Journal of International Money and Finance

      2014 – Using changes in auction maturity sectors to help identify the impact of QE on gilt yields
      by D Latto, N Mclaren and Ryan Niladri Banerjee

      in The Economic Journal


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