157 2022-12-15 Is risk a fate or a choice?
157 2022-12-10 The magic of riskometers
157 2022-11-29 The beginning of the end for cryptocurrencies
157 2022-11-19 How to manipulate risk forecasts and not get caught
157 2022-11-12 Perceived and actual risk
157 2022-11-07 The illusion of control
157 2022-11-05 The McNamara fallacy and the financial Authorities
157 2022-10-29 When is a cyberattack systemic?
157 2022-10-22 Climate risk and financial risk
157 2022-10-21 Democracy works
157 2022-10-08 Who believes risk can be measured?
157 2022-10-06 What do we want to get out of regulations?
157 2022-10-01 Systemic risk in 2008 and today
157 2022-09-26 Why the risk you measure is probably not the risk you care about
157 2022-08-13 Choosing a numerical programming language for economic research: Julia, MATLAB, Python or R
157 2022-08-12 Review of "Nuclear folly, a new history of the Cuban missile crisis" and lessons for financial policy
157 2022-07-14 Crypto and financial stability
157 2022-07-06 Who is to blame for the rising systemic risk?
157 2022-06-25 Bitcoin isn't much of a macro hedge
157 2022-06-22 Why does it always seem like the world is (almost) coming to an end?
157 2022-05-11 Resiliency or shock absorption?
157 2022-03-11 Cryptocurrencies and the war in Ukraine
157 2022-03-10 Sanctions, war, and systemic risk in 1914 and 2022
157 2022-01-13 How global risk perceptions affect economic growth
157 2021-11-19 The central banks' Catch-22
157 2021-10-01 The logical fallacy at the heart of the intellectual case for Brexit
157 2021-09-26 The lifetime of code
157 2021-08-30 Misleading concepts of risk
157 2021-07-12 The risk management ritual
157 2021-06-05 I understand HOW. I do not understand WHY. Of engineers and cryptocurrencies
157 2021-05-23 Misleading measurements and garbage in - garbage out models of systemic risk
157 2021-04-12 Everybody working in the financial system has an incentive to increase its complexity, including the regulators
157 2021-04-10 Riskometers and their inconsistencies
157 2021-02-26 What happens if bitcoin succeeds?
157 2021-02-14 Global market risk
157 2021-02-13 On the future of Amazon
157 2021-02-03 How fast is the Apple M1?
157 2021-01-28 Moral hazard, the fear of the markets, and how central banks responded to Covid-19
157 2021-01-13 Central bank digital currencies
157 2021-01-11 Erasmus and Turing
157 2021-01-03 Brexit and Marxism
157 2020-12-23 What to do about the Covid financial system bailouts?
157 2020-12-13 The crypto-technical response to the Covid-19 bailouts
157 2020-12-09 The libertarian response to the Covid-19 financial turmoil
157 2020-12-04 The socialist response to the Covid-19 financial turmoil
157 2020-12-02 On the response of the financial authorities to Covid-19
157 2020-11-26 The Covid-19 bailouts and the future of the capitalist banking system
157 2020-08-20 Which programming language is best for economic research: Julia, Matlab, Python or R?
157 2020-06-15 ARM on AWS for R
157 2020-05-03 Of Julia and R
157 2020-05-03 Low vol strategies
157 2020-04-27 The five principles of correct riskometer use
157 2020-04-25 The problem with Backtesting
157 2020-04-23 Risk and scientific socialism
157 2020-04-19 Financial crises and epidemics
157 2020-04-18 Hayek et Corona
157 2020-04-17 Hayek and Corona
157 2020-04-15 Ignoring the Corona analysis
157 2020-03-26 The coronavirus crisis is no 2008
157 2020-03-06 Artificial intelligence as a central banker
157 2019-12-02 Systemic consequences of outsourcing to the cloud
157 2019-08-12 The dissonance of the short and long term
157 2019-08-06 Central banks and reputation risk
157 2019-05-04 The Brexit culture war
157 2019-04-29 All about BoB — The Bank of England Bot
157 2018-12-31 The 2018 market in a 250 year context
157 2018-12-03 Short and long-term risk
157 2018-11-09 Cryptocurrencies: Financial stability and fairness
157 2018-09-12 The hierarchy of financial policies
157 2018-07-09 Which numerical computing language is best: Julia, MATLAB, Python or R?
157 2018-06-26 Cryptocurrencies
157 2018-03-26 Low risk as a predictor of financial crises
157 2018-03-13 Cryptocurrencies
157 2018-02-13 Cryptocurrencies don't make sense
157 2018-02-06 Yesterday's mini crash in a historical context
157 2017-11-15 Artificial intelligence and the stability of markets
157 2017-10-07 Here be dragons
157 2017-10-03 VIX, CISS and all the political uncertainty
157 2017-09-30 European bank-sovereign doom loop
157 2017-09-27 Do the new financial regulations favour the largest banks?
157 2017-09-24 The ECB Systemic Risk Indicator
157 2017-09-22 Finance is not engineering
157 2017-06-14 University of Iceland seminar
157 2017-05-31 Brexit and systemic risk
157 2017-05-12 Should macroprudential policy target real estate prices?
157 2017-03-12 With capital controls gone, Iceland must prioritise investing abroad
157 2017-03-11 Is Julia ready for prime time?
157 2017-02-25 Competing Brexit visions
157 2017-02-23 Systemic consequences of Brexit
157 2016-12-15 Why macropru can end up being procyclical
157 2016-12-08 The fatal flaw in macropru: It ignores political risk
157 2016-06-27 Why it doesn't make sense to hold bonds
157 2016-06-24 On the financial market consequences of Brexit
157 2016-06-10 Cyber risk as systemic risk
157 2016-05-24 Big Banks' Risk Does Not Compute
157 2016-04-26 Farewell CoCos
157 2016-04-18 Will Brexit give us the 1950s or Hong Kong?
157 2016-04-16 Of Brexit and regulations
157 2016-04-12 IMF and Iceland
157 2016-04-07 Stability in Iceland
157 2016-03-18 Everybody right, everybody wrong: Plural rationalities in macroprudential regulation
157 2016-03-12 Of tail risk
157 2016-02-27 Models and regulations and the political leadership
157 2016-02-26 Why do we rely so much on models when we know they can't be trusted?
157 2016-02-25 Does a true model exist and does it matter?
157 2016-01-25 The point of central banks
157 2015-10-20 The macro-micro conflict
157 2015-10-02 Volatility, financial crises and Minsky's hypothesis
157 2015-08-28 Impact of the recent market turmoil on risk measures
157 2015-08-13 Iceland, Greece and political hectoring
157 2015-08-07 A proposed research and policy agenda for systemic risk
157 2015-08-05 Are asset managers systemically important?
157 2015-07-24 Risky businessFinding the balance between financial stability and risk:
157 2015-07-24 Objective function of macro-prudential regulations
157 2015-07-21 Regulators could be responsible for next financial crash
157 2015-07-12 Greece on Sprengisandur
157 2015-07-12 How Iceland is falling behind. On Sprengisandur
157 2015-06-11 Why Iceland can now remove capital controls
157 2015-05-14 Market moves that are supposed to happen every half-decade keep happening
157 2015-05-12 Capital controls
157 2015-04-25 Why risk is hard to measure
157 2015-03-09 The Danish FX event
157 2015-03-02 Post-Crisis banking regulation: Evolution of economic thinking as it happened on Vox
157 2015-02-23 Europe's proposed capital markets union
157 2015-02-09 What do ES and VaR say about the tails
157 2015-01-18 What the Swiss FX shock says about risk models
157 2015-01-09 On the Swiss FX shock
157 2014-06-08 Model risk: Risk measures when models may be wrong
157 2013-11-28 The new market-risk regulations
157 2013-10-21 Solvency II: Three principles to respect
157 2013-09-06 Political challenges of the macroprudential agenda
157 2013-05-21 Iceland's post-Crisis economy: A myth or a miracle?
157 2013-03-28 The capital controls in Cyprus and the Icelandic experience
157 2013-03-06 Towards a more procyclical financial system
157 2012-09-11 Europe's pre-Eurozone debt crisis: Faroe Islands in the 1990s
157 2012-06-23 Countercyclical regulation in Solvency II: Merits and flaws
157 2012-03-02 The Greek crisis: When political desire triumphs economic reality
157 2011-11-14 Iceland and the IMF: Why the capital controls are entirely wrong
157 2011-10-27 Iceland: Was the IMF programme successful?
157 2011-10-26 How not to resolve a banking crisis: Learning from Iceland's mistakes
157 2011-06-27 Capital, politics and bank weaknesses
157 2011-06-17 The appropriate use of risk models: Part II
157 2011-06-16 The appropriate use of risk models: Part I
157 2011-04-27 Lessons from the Icesave rejection
157 2011-03-31 A prudential regulatory issue at the heart of Solvency II
157 2011-03-18 Valuing insurers' liabilities during crises: What EU policymakers should not do
157 2011-02-18 Risk and crises: How the models failed and are failing
157 2010-01-26 The saga of Icesave: A new CEPR Policy Insight
157 2009-07-21 Iceland applies for EU membership, the outcome is uncertain
157 2009-05-25 Bonus incensed
157 2009-03-25 Not so fast! There's no reason to regulate everything
157 2009-03-11 Modelling financial turmoil through endogenous risk
157 2009-03-01 Financial regulation built on sand: The myth of the riskometer
157 2009-02-09 Government failures in Iceland: Entranced by banking
157 2008-11-12 How bad could the crisis get? Lessons from Iceland
157 2008-09-29 Regulation and financial models: Complexity kills
157 2008-05-08 Blame the models