Publications

Publications in Refereed Journals

(80) Delis Manthos D., Maria Iosifidi, Sotirios Kokas, Dimitrios Xefteris and Steven Ongena, Forthcoming, Enforcement actions on banks and the structure of loan syndicates, Journal of Corporate Finance.

(79) Tsionas, Mike G., Emmanuel Mamatzakis and Steven Ongena, Forthcoming, Does risk aversion affect bank output loss? The case of the Eurozone, European Journal of Operational Research .

(78) de Jonghe, Olivier, Hans Dewachter and Steven Ongena, Forthcoming, Bank capital (requirements) and credit supply: Evidence from pillar 2 decisions, Journal of Corporate Finance.

(77) Morales Acevedo Paola and Steven Ongena, Forthcoming, Fear, anger and credit. On bank robberies and loan conditions, Economic Inquiry.

(76) Cerqueiro Geraldo, Steven Ongena and Kasper Roszbach, Forthcoming, Collateral damaged? On liquidation value, credit supply, and firm performance, Journal of Financial Intermediation.

(75) Mayordomo, Sergio, Antonio Moreno, Steven Ongena and María Rodríguez, Forthcoming, Banks’ capital requirements, loan guarantees and firms’ performance, Journal of Financial Intermediation.

(74) King Michael R., Steven Ongena and Nikola Tarashev, Forthcoming, Bank standalone credit ratings, International Journal of Central Banking.

(73) Qi, Shusen snd Steven Ongena, Forthcoming, Fuel the engine: Bank credit and firm innovation, Journal of Financial Services Research.

(72) Delis, Manthos D., Iftekhar Hasan and Steven Ongena, Forthcoming, Democracy and credit, Journal of Financial Economics.

(71) De Jonghe, Olivier, Hans Dewachter, Klaas Mulier, Steven Ongena and Glenn Schepens, Forthcoming, Some borrowers are more equal than others: Bank funding shocks and credit reallocation, Review of Finance.

(70) Ongena, Steven, Alexander A. Popov and Neeltje van Horen, 2019, The invisible hand of the government: Moral suasion during the European sovereign debt crisis, American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 11 (4), 346-379.

(69) Beck, Thorsten, Steven Ongena and İlkay Şendeniz-Yüncü, 2019, Keep walking? On geographical proximity, religion and relationship banking, Journal of Corporate Finance, 55, 39-68.

(68) Gropp, Reint, Thomas Mosk, Steven Ongena and Carlo Wix, 2019, Bank response to higher capital requirements: Evidence from a quasi-natural experiment, Review of Financial Studies, 32 (1), 266-299.

(67) Kara Alper, David Marques-Ibanez and Steven Ongena, 2019, Securitization and credit quality in the European market, European Financial Management, 25 (2), 407-434.

(66) Qi, Shusen and Steven Ongena, 2019, Will money talk? Firm bribery and credit access, Financial Management, 48 (1), 117-157.

(65) Braggion Fabio and Steven Ongena, 2019, Banking sector deregulation, bank-firm relationships and corporate leverage, Economic Journal, 129 (618), 765-789.

(64) Ongena Steven, Günseli Tümer-Alkan and Natalja von Westernhagen, 2018, Do exposures to sagging real estate, subprime or conduits abroad lead to contraction and flight to quality in bank lending at home?, Review of Finance, 22 (4), 1335–1373.

(63) Almansour, Abdullah M. and Steven Ongena, 2018, Bank loan announcements and religious investors: Empirical evidence from Saudi Arabia, Journal of Empirical Finance, 47 (6), 78-89.

(62) Temesvary, Judit, Steven Ongena and Ann L. Owen, 2018, A global lending channel unplugged? Does U.S. monetary policy affect cross‐border and affiliate lending by global U.S. banks?, Journal of International Economics, 112 (5), 50-69.

(61) Ongena, Steven and Anna Zalewska, 2018, Institutional and individual investors: Saving for old age, Journal of Banking and Finance, 92 (7), 257-268.

(60) Braggion Fabio, Mintra Dwarkasing and Steven Ongena, 2018, Household wealth inequality, entrepreneurs’ financial constraints and the Great Recession: Evidence from the Kauffman Firm Survey, Small Business Economics, 50 (3), 533-543.

(59) Jiménez Gabriel, Steven Ongena, José Luis Peydró and Jesús Saurina, 2017, Macroprudential policy, countercyclical bank capital buffers and credit supply: Evidence from the Spanish dynamic provisioning experiments, Journal of Political Economy, 125 (6), 2126-2177.

(58) Rajamani, Anjana, Marieke van der Poel, Abe de Jong and Steven Ongena, 2017, The international diversification of banks and the value of their cross-border M&A advice, Management Science, 63 (7), 2211-2232.

(57) Jiménez Gabriel, Steven Ongena, José Luis Peydró and Jesús Saurina, 2017, “In the short run blasé, In the long run risqué.” On the effects of monetary policy on bank credit risk-taking in the short versus long run, Schmalenbach Business Review, 18 (3), 181-226.

(56) Delis Manthos D., Sotirios Kokas and Steven Ongena, 2017, Bank market power and firm performance, Review of Finance, 21 (1), 299-326.

(55) Pappas Vasileios, Steven Ongena, Marwan Izzeldin and Ana-Maria Fuertes, 2017, A survival analysis of Islamic and conventional banks, Journal of Financial Services Research, 51 (2), 221-256.

(54) Ebrahim, M. Shahid, Philip Molyneux and Steven Ongena, 2017, Finance and development in Muslim economies, Journal of Financial Services Research, 51 (2), 165-167.

(53) Ongena Steven and Yuejuan Yu, 2017, Firm industry affiliation and multiple bank relationships, Journal of Financial Services Research, 51 (1), 1-17.

(52) Ongena Steven and Alexander Popov, 2016, Gender bias and credit access, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 48 (8), 1691-1724.

(51) Alper Kara, David Marques-Ibanez and Steven Ongena, 2016, Securitization and lending standards: Evidence from the wholesale loan market, Journal of Financial Stability, 26, 107-127.

(50) Carletti, Elena, Paolo Colla, Mitu G. Gulati, and Steven Ongena, 2016, Pricing contract terms in a crisis: Venezuelan bonds in 2016, Capital Markets Law Journal, 11 (4): 540-555.

(49) Delis Manthos D., Sotirios Kokas and Steven Ongena, 2016, Foreign ownership and market power in banking: Evidence from a world sample, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 48 (2-3), 449-483.

(48) Degryse Hans, Liping Lu and Steven Ongena, 2016, Formal, informal or co-funding? Evidence on the co-funding of Chinese firms, Journal of Financial Intermediation, 27, 31-60.

(47) Cerqueiro Geraldo, Steven Ongena and Kasper Roszbach, 2016, Collateralization, bank loan rates and monitoring, Journal of Finance, 71 (3), 1295-1322.

(46) Ongena Steven, José Luis Peydró and Neeltje van Horen, 2015, Shocks abroad, pain at home? Bank-firm level evidence on financial contagion during the recent financial crisis, IMF Economic Review, 63 (4), 698-750.

(45) Jakovljević Sanja, Hans Degryse and Steven Ongena, 2015, A review of empirical research on the design and impact of regulation in the banking sector, Annual Review of Financial Economics, 7, 423-443.

(44) Ioannidou Vasso, Steven Ongena and José Luis Peydró, 2015, Monetary policy, risk-taking and pricing: Evidence from a quasi-natural experiment, Review of Finance, 19 (1), 95-144.

(43) Moenninghoff Sebastian C., Steven Ongena and Axel Wieandt, 2015, The perennial challenge to counter Too-Big-To-Fail in banking: Empirical evidence from the new international regulation dealing with Global Systemically Important Banks, Journal of Banking and Finance, 61, 221-236.

(42) Li Chunshuo and Steven Ongena, 2015, Bank loan announcements and borrower stock returns before and during the recent financial crisis, Journal of Financial Stability, 21, 1-12.

(41) Ongena Steven, Shusen Qi and Fengming Qin, 2015, The impact of foreign bank presence on foreign direct investment in China, China and World Economy, 23 (4), 40-59.

(40) Geršl Adam, Petr Jakubík, Dorota Kowalczyk, Steven Ongena and José Luis Peydró, 2015, Monetary conditions and banks’ behaviour in the Czech Republic, Open Economies Review, 26 (3), 407-446.

(39) Carletti Elena, Philipp Hartmann and Steven Ongena, 2015, The economic impact of merger control legislation, International Review of Law and Economics, 42 (6), 88-104.

(38) Ongena Steven, Viorel Roscovan, Wei-Ling Song and Bas Werker, 2014, "Banks and bonds": The impact of bank loan announcements on bond and equity prices, Journal of Financial Management, Markets and Institutions, 2 (2), 3-28.

(37) Brown Martin, Karolin Kirschenmann and Steven Ongena, 2014, Bank funding, securitization, and loan terms: Evidence from foreign currency lending, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 46 (7), 1313-1554.

(36) Baele, Lieven, Moazzam Farooq and Steven Ongena, 2014, Of religion and redemption: Evidence from default on Islamic loans, Journal of Banking and Finance, 44 (7), 141-159.

(35) Jiménez Gabriel, Steven Ongena, José Luis Peydró and Jesús Saurina, 2014, Hazardous times for monetary policy: What do twenty-three million bank loans say about the effects of monetary policy on credit risk?, Econometrica, 82 (2), 463-505.

(34) Ongena Steven, 2014, Discussion of Presbitero, Udell and Zazzaro, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 46, 87-91.

(33) Zaheer Sajjad, Steven Ongena and Sweder van Wijnbergen, 2013, The transmission of monetary policy through conventional and Islamic banks, 8(5), International Journal of Central Banking, 175-224.

(32) Ongena, Steven, Alexander A. Popov and Gregory F. Udell, 2013, "When the cat’s away the mice will play": Does regulation at home affect bank risk-taking abroad?, Journal of Financial Economics, 18, 727-750.

(31) Brown Martin, Steven Ongena and Pinar Yeşin, 2013, Information asymmetry and foreign currency borrowing by firms, Comparative Economic Studies, 1-22.

(30) Chong Terrence Tai-Leung, Liping Lu and Steven Ongena, 2013, Does banking competition alleviate or worsen credit constraints faced by small and medium enterprises? Evidence from China, Journal of Banking and Finance, 37 (9), 3412–3424.

(29) Ongena Steven and Viorel Roscovan, 2013, Bank loan announcements and borrower stock returns: Does bank origin matter?, International Review of Finance, 13 (2), 137-159.

(28) Jiménez Gabriel, Steven Ongena, José Luis Peydró and Jesús Saurina, 2012, Credit supply and monetary policy: Identifying the bank balance-sheet channel with loan applications, American Economic Review, 102 (5), 2301-2326.

(27) Ongena Steven, Günseli Tümer-Alkan and Natalja von Westernhagen, 2012, Creditor concentration: An empirical investigation, European Economic Review, 56 (4), 830-847.

(26) Giannetti Mariassunta and Steven Ongena, 2012, “Lending by example”: Direct and indirect effects of foreign bank presence in emerging markets, Journal of International Economics, 86 (1), 167-180.

(25) Cerqueiro Geraldo, Hans Degryse and Steven Ongena, 2011, Rules versus discretion in loan price setting, Journal of Financial Intermediation, 20 (4), 503-529.

(24) Brown Martin, Steven Ongena and Pinar Yeşin, 2011, Foreign currency borrowing by small firms in the transition economies, Journal of Financial Intermediation, 20 (3), 285-302.

(23) Ongena Steven and İlkay Şendeniz-Yüncü, 2011, Which firms engage small, foreign, or state banks? And who goes Islamic? Evidence from Turkey, Journal of Banking and Finance, 35 (12), 3213-3224.

(22) Ongena Steven, Günseli Tümer-Alkan and Bram Vermeer, 2011, Corporate choice of banks: Decision factors, process and responsibility – First evidence, Journal of Corporate Finance, 17 (2), 326-351.

(21) Brown Martin, Steven Ongena, Alexander A. Popov and Pinar Yeşin, 2011, Who needs credit and who gets credit in Emerging Europe?, Economic Policy, 65, 93-130.

(20) Popov Alexander A. and Steven Ongena, 2011, Interbank market integration, loan rates, and firm leverage, Journal of Banking and Finance, 35 (3), 544-559.

(19) Ioannidou Vasso and Steven Ongena, 2010, “Time for a change”: Loan conditions and bank behavior when firms switch banks, Journal of Finance, 65, 1847-1878.

(18) Christian Beer, Steven Ongena and Marcel Peter, 2010, Borrowing in foreign currency: Austrian households as carry traders, Journal of Banking and Finance, 34, 2198-2211.

(17) Degryse Hans, Luc Laeven and Steven Ongena, 2009, The impact of organizational structure and lending technology on banking competition, Review of Finance, 13 (2), 225-259.

(16) Giannetti Mariassunta and Steven Ongena, 2009, Financial integration and entrepreneurial activity: Evidence from foreign bank entry in emerging markets, Review of Finance, 13 (2), 181-223.

(15) Ongena Steven and Fabiana Penas, 2009, Bondholders’ wealth effects in domestic and cross-border bank mergers, Journal of Financial Stability, 5, 256-271.

(14) de Ruijter Korver Martijn and Steven Ongena, 2008, European mezzanine, Applied Financial Economics, 18 (20), 1613-1622.

(13) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2007, The impact of competition on bank orientation, Journal of Financial Intermediation, 16, 399-424.

(12) Egli Dominik, Steven Ongena and David C. Smith, 2006, On the sequencing of projects, reputation building, and relationship finance, Finance Research Letters, 3:1, 23-39.

(11) Karceski Jason, Steven Ongena and David C. Smith, 2005, The impact of bank consolidation on commercial borrower welfare, Journal of Finance, 60:4, 2043-2082.

(10) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2005, Distance, lending relationships, and competition, Journal of Finance, 60:1, 231-266.

(9) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2004, The impact of technology and regulation on the geographical scope of banking, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 20 (4), 571-590.

(8) Ongena Steven, David C. Smith and Dag Michalsen, 2003, Firms and their distressed banks: lessons from the Norwegian banking crisis (1988-1991), Journal of Financial Economics, 67 (1), 81-112.

(7) Berger Allen N., Qinglei Dai, Steven Ongena and David C. Smith, 2003, To what extent will the banking industry be globalized? A study of bank nationality and reach in 20 European nations, Journal of Banking and Finance, 27, 383-415.

(6) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2002, Bank-firm relationships and international banking markets, International Journal of the Economics of Business, 9 (3), 401-417.

(5) Ongena Steven and David C. Smith, 2001, The duration of bank relationships, Journal of Financial Economics, 61, 449-475.

(4) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2001, Bank relationships and firm profitability, Financial Management, 30, 9-34.

(3) Ongena Steven and David C. Smith, 2000, What determines the number of bank relationships? Cross-country evidence, Journal of Financial Intermediation, 9, 26-56.

(2) Reinton Harald and Steven Ongena, 1999, Out-of-sample forecasting performance of single equation monetary exchange rate models in Norwegian currency markets, Applied Financial Economics, 9, 545-550.

(1) Ongena Steven, 1999, Le nding relationships, bank default, and economic activity, International Journal of the Economics of Business, 6 (2), 257-280.



Books


Bilan, Andrada, Hans Degryse, Kuchulain O'Flynn and Steven Ongena, 2020, Banking and Financial Markets. How Banks and Financial Technology Are Reshaping Financial Markets, Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions, Palgrave Macmillan.

Degryse Hans, Moshe Kim and Steven Ongena, 2009, Microeconometrics of Banking: Methodology, Applications, and Results, Oxford University Press.



Chapters in Books

(20) Bilan, Andrada, Hans Degryse, Kuchulain O'Flynn and Steven Ongena, 2019, Application in banking, in Tsionas Mike (ed.), Panel Data Econometrics: Empirical Applications (Elsevier), 743-766.

(19) Degryse Hans, Paola Morales Acevedo and Steven Ongena, Forthcoming, Competition in the banking sector, September, in Berger Allen N., Philip Molyneux, and John O.S. Wilson (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Banking, 3rd Edition (Oxford University Press).

(18) Célérier, Claire, Thomas Kick and Steven Ongena, 2018, Changes in the cost of bank equity and the supply of bank credit? in, Mayer, Colin, Stefano Micossi, Marco Onado, Marco Pagano, and Andrea Polo, Finance and investment: The European case (Oxford University Press), 169-178.

(17) Titotto Daniel and Steven Ongena, 2017, Shadow banking and competition: Decomposing market power by activity, in Bikker Jaap and Laura Spierdijk, Research Handbook on Competition in Banking and Finance (Edward Elgar Publishing), 264-304.

(16) Dwarkasing Mintra, Narly Dwarkasing and Steven Ongena, 2016, The bank lending channel of monetary policy: A review of the literature and an agenda for future research, in Beck Thorsten and Barbara Casu (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of European Banking (Palgrave MacMillan Handbooks), 383-408.

(15) Jakovljević Sanja, Hans Degryse and Steven Ongena, 2016, Monetary transmission and regulatory impacts: Empirical evidence from the post-crisis banking literature, in Haven Emmanuel, Phil Molyneux, John Wilson, Sergei Fedotov, and Meryem Duygun (eds.) The Handbook of Post Crisis Financial Modelling (Palgrave MacMillan Handbooks), 18-41.

(14) Degryse Hans, Vasso Ioannidou and Steven Ongena, 2015, Bank-firm relationships: A review of the implications for firms and banks in normal and crisis times, in Tsutomu Watanabe, Iichiro Uesugi, and Arito Ono (eds.), The Economics of Interfirm Networks (Springer), 177-189.

(13) Degryse Hans, Paola Morales Acevedo and Steven Ongena, 2014, Competition in banking, in Allen N. Berger, Philip Molyneux, and John O. S. Wilson (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Banking, 2nd Edition (Oxford University Press), 589-617.

(12) Mosk Thomas and Steven Ongena, 2013, The impact of banking sector deleveraging on investment in the European Union, in Kolev, Atanas, Tanja Tanayama and Rien Wagenvoort, Investment and Investment Finance in Europe (European Investment Bank), 171-206.

(11) Cerqueiro Geraldo, Hans Degryse and Steven Ongena, 2013, Using heteroskedastic models to analyze the use of rules versus discretion in lending decisions, in Bell, Adrian, Chris Brooks and Marcel Prokopczuk (eds.) Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Empirical Finance (Edward Elgar), 216-237.

(10) Ongena Steven and Jose Luis Peydró, 2011, Loose monetary policy and excessive credit and liquidity risk-taking by banks, in Thorsten Beck (ed.), The Future of Banking (Centre for Economic Policy Research), 21-28.

(9) Cerqueiro Geraldo, Hans Degryse and Steven Ongena, 2009, Distance, organizational structure and lending decisions, in Pietro Alessandrini, Michele Fratianni and Alberto Zazzaro (eds.) The Changing Geography of Banking and Finance (Springer), 57-74.

(8) Degryse Hans, Steven Ongena and Günseli Tümer-Alkan, 2008, Corporate governance: A review of the role of banks, in Gugler Klaus Peter and B. Burcin Yurtoglu (eds.) The Economics of Corporate Governance and Mergers (Edward Elgar Press), 105-145.

(7) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2008, Competition and regulation in the banking sector: A review of the empirical evidence on the sources of bank rents, in Thakor Anjan and Arnoud W. A. Boot (eds.), Handbook of Financial Intermediation and Banking (Elsevier), 483-554.

(6) Ioannidou Vasso, Steven Ongena and Jose Luis Peydró, 2008, The impact of short-term interest rates on risk taking: Hard evidence, in Felton Andrew and Carmen Reinhart (eds.), The First Global Financial Crisis of the 21st Century (Centre for Economic Policy Research), 41-45.

(5) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2008, Technology, regulation and the geographical scope of banking, in Freixas Xavier, Philipp Hartmann and Colin Mayer (eds.), Handbook of European Financial Markets and Institutions (Oxford University Press), 345-373.

(4) Degryse Hans, Steven Ongena and Fabiana M. Penas, 2006, Consolidation of the European banking sector: Impact on innovation, in Renneboog, Luc (ed.), Advances in Corporate Finance and Asset Pricing (Elsevier), 161-186.

(3) Berger Allen N., Qinglei Dai, Steven Ongena and David C. Smith, 2003, To what extent will the banking industry be globalized?, in Courchene, Thomas J. and Edwin H. Neave (eds.), Framing Financial Structure in an Information Environment (John Deutsch Institute-Queens University), 221-258.

(2) Ongena Steven and David C. Smith, 2000, Bank relationships: a review, in Zenios, Stavros A. and Patrick Harker (eds.), Performance of Financial Institutions (Cambridge University Press), 221-258.

(1) Ongena Steven and David C. Smith, 1998, Quality and duration of banking relationships, in Birks, David (ed.), Global Cash Management in Europe (MacMillan Press), 225-235.



Special Journal Issues

(2) Ebrahim, M. Shahid, Philip Molyneux and Steven Ongena (eds.), 2017, Special issue on Finance and development in Muslim economies, Journal of Financial Services Research, 51(2).

(1) Mike Lemmon and Steven Ongena (eds.), 2010, Special Issue on Financial Crises and Global Market Integration, International Review of Finance.



E-Book

Beck, Thorsten, Ralph De Haas and Steven Ongena (eds.), 2013, Understanding Banks in Emerging Markets, VoxEU.org, November 7.



Policy Papers, Policy Summaries and Blog Posts

(31) Goncharenko, Roman, Steven Ongena and Asad Rauf, 2019, The agency of CoCos: Why contingent convertible bonds aren't for everyone, VoxEU.org, March 3.

(30) Braggion Fabio and Steven Ongena, 2018, The 1971 UK banking deregulation had a positive effect on firms, LSE Business Review, London School of Economics and Political Science, July 19.

(29) Kok, Christoffer, Steven Ongena, Loriana Pelizzon, Jessica Cariboni, Wouter Heynderickx, Sara Maccaferri, Andrea Pagano and Marco Petracco, 2018, Review of the SYMBOL Model, in Hordijk, Leen and d'Artis Kancs, Editors, Joint Research Centre Technical Report EUR 29233 EN, Publications Office of the European Union.

(28) Delis, Manthos, Kathrin de Greiff, and Steven Ongena, 2018, The carbon bubble and the pricing of bank loans, VoxEU.org, May 27.

(27) Gropp, Reint, Thomas Mosk, Steven Ongena and Carlo Wix, 2018, Bank response to higher capital requirements: Evidence from a quasi-natural experiment, Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, May 24.

(26) Delis, Manthos, Iftekhar Hasan and Steven Ongena, 2017, Democratic development lowers the cost of credit, VoxEU.org, February 22.

(25) Ongena, Steven, De Jonghe, Olivier, Hans Dewachter, Klaas Mulier, and Glenn Schepens, 2016, Funding shocks and banks` credit reallocation, Swiss Finance Institute Practitioner Roundups 12, December.

(24) Carletti, Elena, Steven Ongena, Jan-Peter Siedlarek and Giancarlo Spagnolo, 2016,The impact of merger legislation on bank mergers, Blog Post on Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, July 15.

(23) Bonfim, Diana, Gil Nogueira, and Steven Ongena, 2016, “Sorry, We're Closed." Loan conditions when bank branches close and firms transfer to another bank, Blog Post on Portuguese Economic Journal, April 23.

(22) Rajamani, Anjana, Marieke van der Poel, Abe de Jong and Steven Ongena, 2016, How does international diversification influence advisor performance on cross-border M&A?, International Banker, Winter, 16-19.

(21) Ongena, Steven, Alexander A. Popov and Neeltje van Horen, 2016, Moral suasion and bond buying in the Eurozone crisis, VoxEU.org, March 17.

(20) Ongena, Steven, Sebastian C. Moenninghoff, and Axel Wieandt, 2016, Is the new regulation for Global Systemically Important Banks effective in limiting “Too Big to Fail”?, Swiss Finance Institute Practitioner Roundups 1, January.

(19) Ongena, Steven, Sebastian C. Moenninghoff, and Axel Wieandt, 2015, Is the new regulation for Global Systemically Important Banks effective in limiting “Too Big to Fail”?, SFI: Practitioner Roundups, Academic Insights on Finance Matters for the General Public, Winter, 24-27

(18) Braggion, Fabio and Steven Ongena, 2013, Corporate leverage and firm-bank relationships: A secular perspective, VoxEU.org, November 10.

(17) De Haas, Ralph, Liping Lu and Steven Ongena, 2013, Know thy competitor, know thyself?’ First evidence from banks in Emerging Europe, in Beck, Thorsten, Ralph De Haas and Steven Ongena (eds.), Understanding Banks in Emerging Markets, 61-68, VoxEU.org, November 7.

(16) Degryse Hans, Liping Lu and Steven Ongena, 2013, Informal or formal financing: First evidence on co-funding of Chinese firms, VoxEU.org, August 21.

(15) Neeltje van Horen, Ongena. Steven, and José Luis Peydró, 2013, Shocks abroad, pain at home? In, Asli Demirgüç-Kunt, ed., All about finance, Blog Post on Worldbank.org, July 22.

(14) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2013, Expert Opinion on Competition, Commissie “Structuur Nederlandse Banken”, Dutch Ministry of Finance, June 28.

(13) di Mauro Filippo, Pierluigi Caristi, Stéphane Couderc, Angela Di Maria, Lauren Ho, Baljeet Kaur Grewal, Sergio Masciantonio, Steven Ongena and Sajjad Zaheer, 2013, Islamic Finance in Europe, European Central Bank Occasional Paper 146.

(12) Geršl Adam, Petr Jakubík, Dorota Kowalczyk, Steven Ongena and José Luis Peydró, Monetary policy and banks’ behaviour in the Czech Republic, in Horváth, Roman (ed.), 2012, Financial Stability and Monetary Policy, Czech National Bank Economic Research 10-2, 13-16.

(11) Brown Martin, Karolin Kirschenmann and Steven Ongena, 2010, Foreign-currency loans in Eastern Europe: Borrower pull or bank push?, VoxEU.org, September 13.

(10) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2010, The financial crisis and competition in retail banking: Insights from the academic literature, in Jentzsch, Nicola and Christian Wey (eds.), The Future of Retail Banking in Europe: Competition and Regulatory Challenges (Centre for Economic Policy Studies - European Credit Research Institute), 17-26.

(9) Degryse Hans, Steven Ongena and Günseli Tümer-Alkan, 2009, Lending technology, bank organization and competition, Journal of Financial Transformation 26, 24-30.

(8) Christian Beer, Steven Ongena and Marcel Peter, 2008, The Austrian carry trade: What are the characteristics of households borrowing in foreign currency? OeNB Financial Stability Report 16, 108-121.

(7) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2007, Competition and regulation in retail banking: Background paper, in Competition and Regulation in Retail Banking, OECD Competition Committee Roundtable 69, 15-58.

(6) Ioannidou Vasso, Steven Ongena and Jose Luis Peydró, 2007, The impact of short-term interest rates on risk taking: Hard evidence, VoxEU.org, October 17.

(5) Degryse Hans, Steven Ongena and Fabiana M. Penas, 2006, Consolidation of the European banking sectors and small firm financing?, Bank- en Financiewezen / Revue Bancaire et Financière, 70:5, 265-271.

(4) Carletti Elena, Philipp Hartmann and Steven Ongena, 2006, Cross-border banking and competition policy, European Central Bank Research Bulletin of the ECB DG Research, 4, 7-10.

(3) Degryse Hans, Steven Ongena and Fabiana M. Penas, 2005, Between Lisbon and London: Financial sector consolidation in the context of the Lisbon agenda, AEI-Brookings Joint Center, Policy Brief 05-33.

(2) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2003, Distance and competition, Bank- en Financiewezen / Revue Bancaire et Financière, 67:4, 218-221.

(1) Ongena Steven, 2000, Benefits and costs of bank relationships: the right relationship is everything, Finance, Accounting, and Controlling Essays, 3, 39-43.



Conference Volumes

(7) Ioannidou Vasso, Ongena Steven and José Luis Peydró, 2009, Monetary policy, risk-taking and pricing: Evidence from a quasi-natural experiment, in de Felice Gregorio, Giuliano Iannotta, and Andrea Resti, CAREFIN Intesa Sanpaolo Conference on Business Models in Banking Proceedings, 3-27.

(6) Jiménez Gabriel, Steven Ongena, José Luis Peydró and Jesús Saurina, 2008, Evidence on the impact of monetary policy on bank credit risk, in Evanoff D. (ed.), Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Conference on Bank Structure and Competition Proceedings, 417-421.

(5) Ongena Steven, 2007, Comments, in Savona, Paolo (ed.), Money, Derivatives, Innovation and Growth, Fifth Colloquium by the Associazone Guido Carli and Fondazione Cesifin Albert Predieri, 55-59.

(4) Cerqueiro, Geraldo, Hans Degryse and Steven Ongena, 2007, Rules, discretion and loan rates, in Evanoff Douglas (ed.), Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Conference on Bank Structure and Competition Proceedings, 100-109.

(3) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2004, Bank orientation and industry specialization, in DeYoung Robert and Douglas Evanoff (eds.), Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Conference on Bank Structure and Competition Proceedings, 412-427.

(2) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2002, Distance and competition, in Evanoff, Douglas (ed.), Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Conference on Bank Structure and Competition Proceedings, 405-422.

(1) Ongena Steven, David C. Smith and Dag Michalsen, 2001, Firms and their distressed banks, in Evanoff, Douglas (ed.), Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Conference on Bank Structure and Competition Proceedings, 262-276.



In Dutch, German, Spanish, French or Hungarian

(10) Ongena, Steven, Ibolya Schindele and Dzsamila Vonnák, 2017, Monetáris politika és a bankok hitelkínálata, Közgazdasági Szemle (Hungarian Economic Review), 217-237.

(9) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2012, Allocation de crédit et création de valeur par les banques: L’impact de la banque relationnelle en temps normal et en temps de crise, Revue d’Economie Financière, 106, 23-35.

(8) Brown Martin, Karolin Kirschenmann and Steven Ongena, 2010, Fremdwährungskredite in Osteuropa: kunden- oder bankgetrieben? (translation), Oekonomenstimme.org, September 17.

(7) Christian Beer, Steven Ongena and Marcel Peter, 2008, Carry-Trade auf Österreichisch: Was für Haushalte entscheiden sich am ehesten für Fremdwährungskredite? (translation), OeNB Finanzmarktstabilitätsbericht 16, 117-132.

(6) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2007, Competition et regulation (translation), in Competition and Regulation in Retail Banking, OECD Competition Committee Roundtable 69, pp.59-106.

(5) Degryse Hans, Steven Ongena and Fabiana M. Penas, 2006, Repercusiones de la integracion y consolidacion de los sectores bancarios Europeos sobre la innovacion y las actividades de los emprendedores, Papeles de Economia Espanola, 110, 73-89.

(4) Degryse Hans, Steven Ongena and Fabiana M. Penas, 2006, Financiële integratie en kredietverlening aan MKBs, Maandblad voor Accountancy and Bedrijfseconomie, 80:11, 589-597.

(3) Lucarelli Roberto, Steven Ongena and S. M. Van Campen, 2004, Bank- en geldzaken, in Oonincx, J. A. M. (ed.), Financieel Zakboek (Reed Business Information), 601-684.

(2) Degryse Hans and Steven Ongena, 2004, De rol van nabijheid in kredietverlening, Maandblad voor Accountancy and Bedrijfseconomie, 78:6, 293-300.

(1) Ongena Steven, 2004, Technologie en de nabijheid van kredietverlening, Maandblad voor Accountancy and Bedrijfseconomie, 78:5, 198-199.