Lev Ratnovski is an economist at the Research Department of the International Monetary Fund. He focuses on international banking and finance issues. Previously, he worked on the United States and Canada desks of the IMF (2008-10) and in the Financial Stability area of the Bank of England (2006-08). Mr. Ratnovski holds a B.Sc. from HSE-Moscow and a Ph.D. from the University of Amsterdam.
Articles by Lev Ratnovski:
What is shadow banking?
23 August 2013, 36210 reads
How much capital should banks have?
28 July 2013, 25161 reads
New challenges for bank competition policy
2 June 2013, 8992 reads
Shadow banking: Economics and policy priorities
12 January 2013, 18171 reads
The risks of trading by banks
8 October 2012, 12368 reads
Macroprudential policy: Economic rationale and optimal tools
6 August 2012, 12790 reads
More bank capital is not enough
26 August 2011, 9724 reads
Why have Canadian banks been more resilient?
25 August 2009, 36499 reads
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Allen, Eichengreen, Evans
Greenwood, Guner, Kocharakov, Santos