University of St. Gallen
Martin Brown is Professor of Banking at the University of St. Gallen. His research is focused on financial intermediation and experimental economics and has been published e.g. in Econometrica, Economic Journal, Journal of the European Economic Association, Journal of Financial Intermediation, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking and Economic Policy. His recent work is focused on financial sector development in transition countries. He graduated from the University of Zurich. Prior to joining the University of St. Gallen he was a senior economist at the Swiss National Bank, an associate professor of finance at Tilburg University, as well as a consultant for financial sector development and small business promotion in Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe.
Articles by Martin Brown:
Understanding contagious bank runs
10 April 2014, 13526 reads
Financing start-ups: The impact of credit scoring and bank concentration
5 June 2012, 12607 reads
Finance for all? Banking structure reform may not be the way
6 October 2010, 10116 reads
Foreign-currency loans in Eastern Europe: Borrower pull or bank push?
13 September 2010, 11083 reads
Will the crisis wipe out small carry traders in Central and Eastern Europe?
29 January 2009, 10202 reads
Atkinson, Casarico, Voitchovsky
CEPR Business Cycle Dating Committee