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Glenn Schepens

Research

Division

Financial Research

Current Position

Senior Economist

Fields of interest

Financial Economics

Email

glenn.schepens@ecb.europa.eu

Biography

Education
2008-2013

PhD., Financial Economics, Ghent University, Belgium

2007-2008

M.A. Banking & Finance, Ghent University , Belgium

Professional experience
2015-

Economist, Financial Research Division, ECB

2013-2015

Economist, Research Division, National Bank of Belgium

External publications
2020
Review of Finance
Some borrowers are more equal than others: Bank funding shocks and credit reallocation
  • De Jonghe
  • O.
  • Dewachter
  • H.
  • Mulier K.
  • Ongena S.
  • Schepens G.
2019
Journal of Financial Intermediation
Identifying credit supply shocks with bank-firm data: Methods and applications
  • Degryse
  • H.
  • De Jonghe
  • O.
  • Jakovljevic
  • S.
  • Mulier K. and Schepens G.
2019
Review of Financial Studies
Life below zero: Bank lending under negative policy rate
  • Heider
  • F.
  • Saidi
  • F. and Schepens G.
2016
Journal of Financial Economics
Taxes and bank capital structure
  • Schepens
  • G.
2015
Journal of Banking and Finance
Banks' size, scope and systemic risk: What role for conflicts of interest?
  • De Jonghe
  • O.
  • Diepstraeten
  • M. and Schepens
  • G.
2013
Journal of Financial Intermediation
Bank competition and stability: Cross-country heterogeneity
  • Beck
  • T.
  • De Jonghe
  • O. and Schepens
  • G.
2013
Journal of Banking and Finance
Bank/sovereign risk spillovers during the European debt crisis
  • De Bruyckere
  • V.
  • Gerhardt
  • M.
  • Schepens
  • G. and Vander Vennet
  • R.
2016
The Palgrave handbook of European Banking
Competition in EU banking
  • De Jonghe
  • O.
  • Diepstraeten
  • M. and G. Schepens