|EIB Working Papers 2017/01 - Stabilising virtues of central banks: (re)matching bank liquidity|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/08 - Intangible investment in the EU and US before and since the Great Recession and its contribution to productivity growth|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/05 - Banks Credit and Productivity Growth in the EU|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/04 - Project Finance in Europe: An Overview and Discussion of Key Drivers|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/06 - Financing energy innovation: The role of financing constraints for directed technical change from fossil-fuel to renewable innovation|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/07 - Cross border banking: pull-push effects of parent banks on subsidiaries’ credit extensions|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/03 - Collateral Regimes and Missing Job Creation in the MENA Region|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/02 - International Financial Flows in the New Normal: Key Patterns (and Why We Should Care)|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/01 - Infrastructure Investment in Europe and International Competitiveness|
|EIB Working Papers 2015/01 - Competitiveness of the European economy|
|EIB Working Papers 2013/02 - Private Infrastructure Finance and Investment in Europe|
|EIB Working Papers 2013/01 - Infrastructure Investments in Eastern Neighbours and Central Asia (ENCA)|
|EIB Working Papers 2012/05 - The costs of climate-change adaptation in Europe: a review|
|EIB Working Papers 2012/04 - Green Electricity Investment in Europe: Development Scenarios for Generation and Transmission Investments|
|EIB Working Papers 2012/03 - Choosing the optimal climate change policy in the presence of catastrophic risk|
|EIB Working Papers 2012/02 - The Role of Economic Policy in Climate Change Adaptation|
|EIB Working Papers 2012/01 - Strategic adaptation to climate change in Europe|
In this paper, the authors argue that central banks played a positive role in the money market and interbank liquidity recovery.
This paper uses a new cross-country cross-industry dataset on investment in tangible and intangible assets for 18 European countries and the US.
This study contributes to the analysis of cross border banking behavior in CESEE (Central Eastern and South Eastern Europe).