Stephan Luck

Hi there!

I work as an economist at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in Washington DC.

Starting November, I will work at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

I am interested in financial economics, monetary economics, and economic history.

In the fall term, I also teach ECO467/FIN567 at Princeton University. You can find some older teaching material here

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Contact information:

stephan.luck@frb.gov

stephan.luck@princeton.edu

(Disclaimer: this is a private homepage and does not represent views of the Board of Governors or anyone else but me)

research:

Presentations: EHA Montreal, EFA Warsaw, EEA Cologne, CESifo, FDIC/JFSR Banking Research Conference, Bundesbank conference on Financial Cycles and Regulation, NBER Corporate Finance Program Meeting

Presentations: NBER ME meeting, NY Fed, St. Louis Fed, Fed Board, CEBRA Frankfurt, Barcelona Summer Forum on Monetary Policy and Central Banking, EABCN Barcelona, ITAM Finance, UCD, ESEM Cologne, MFA San Antonio, ES Winter Meeting Barcelona

Presentations: IFABS Oxford, Atlanta Fed Hongkong conference

Presentations: FIRS Barcelona, CEPR Symposium, EEA Cologne, Fed Board

Presentations: University of Bonn, Princeton University, ECB Forum Sintra (poster), Isaac Newton Institute conference on Systemic Risk, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Conference on Macroprudential Regulation: from Theory to Implementation by De Nederlandsche Bank Amsterdam;