Carlo Wix

I am an economist at the Federal Reserve Board in the Division of Supervision and Regulation in the Policy Effectiveness and Assessment section.

My current research interests are in banking regulation, financial intermediation, and consumer credit.

NEWS

February 2021: Our paper "The COVID-19 Shock and Consumer Credit: Evidence from Credit Card Data" is now published in the FEDS working paper series (joint with Akos Horvath and Benjamin Kay).

December 2020: A substantially revised and extended version of my paper The COVID-19 Shock and Consumer Credit: Evidence from Credit Card Data is now available on SSRN (joint with Akos Horvath and Benjamin Kay).

November 2020: My new paper "Supranational Rules, National Discretion: Increasing versus Inflating Regulatory Bank Capital?" is now available on SSRN. This is joint work with Reint Gropp, Thomas Mosk, Steven Ongena, and Ines Simac.

July 2020: A revised and extended version of my paper "The COVID-19 Shock and Consumer Credit: Evidence from Credit Card Data" (joint with Akos Horvath and Benjamin Kay) is featured in CEPR's Covid Economics Issue 36 and on VoxEU.

May 2020: My new paper The COVID-19 Shock and Consumer Credit: Evidence from Credit Card Data is now available on SSRN. This is joint work with Akos Horvath and Benjamin Kay.

May 2020: My FEDS Note Analyzing the Community Bank Leverage Ratio is now published. This is joint work with Bert Loudis (FRB) and Daniel Nguyen (FDIC).

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