prof.dr. (Wolf) WB Wagner

prof.dr. (Wolf) WB Wagner

Professor of Finance

Full professor Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Department of Finance
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

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Wolf Wagner is a Professor of Finance at the Rotterdam School of Management and a fellow of CEPR. He is also a member of ERIM, EBC and a Senior Member of TILEC. His work has been published in various academic journals, such as the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Economics, the Review of Finance, Management Science, the Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, the Journal of International Economics and the Journal of Financial Intermediation. Wolf Wagner's work focuses on banking and financial markets. Key themes in his research are the wider implications of financial innovation for the efficiency and stability of the financial system, as well as the role of diversity in creating a more resilient economy. Recent interests include the impact of systemic liquidation risk on asset prices, macroprudential policies, and the joint banking and sovereign debt crisis in the Eurozone. See Wolf Wagner's personal site for more information.

  • F Allen, THL Beck, E Carletti, P Lane, Dirk Schoenmaker & Wolf Wagner (2011) - Cross-Border Banking in Europe - CEPR
  • SCW (Sylvester) Eijffinger & Wolf Wagner (2002) - Taxation if Capital is Not Perfectly Mobile - Economic Policy Research Unit (EPRU)
  • SCW (Sylvester) Eijffinger & Wolf Wagner (2001) - The Feasible Gains from International Risk Sharing - CEPR

  • Wolf Wagner (2014) - Unintended consequences of macroprudential policies - CEPR Press

  • Wolf Wagner (2002) - Risk sharing under incentive constraints - Tilburg University

  • G Peersman & Wolf Wagner (2014) - Shocks to Bank Lending, Risk-Taking, Securitization, and Their Role for U.S. Business Cycle Fluctuations
  • K Schaeck, CF Silva Buston & Wolf Wagner (2013) - The Two Faces of Interbank Correlation
  • A Stenzel & Wolf Wagner (2013) - Asset Opacity and Liquidity
  • I Marsch & Wolf Wagner (2012) - Why is Price Discovery in Credit Default Swap Markets News-Specific?
  • THL Beck, RI Todorov & Wolf Wagner (2011) - Bank Supervision Going Global? A Cost-Benefit Analysis (Replaced by CentER DP 2012-059)
  • THL Beck, RI Todorov & Wolf Wagner (2011) - Bank Supervision Going Global? A Cost-Benefit Analysis (Replaced by EBC DP 2012-015)
  • HP Huizinga, J Voget & Wolf Wagner (2011) - International Taxation and Cross-Border Banking
  • M Knaup & Wolf Wagner (2009) - A Market Based Measure of Credit Quality and Banks' Performance During the Subprime Crisis
  • Wolf Wagner (2007) - Loan Market Competition and Bank Risk-Taking
  • BVG Goderis, I Marsh, J Vall Castello & Wolf Wagner (2006) - Bank Behavior with Access to Credit Risk Transfer Markets
  • Wolf Wagner (2006) - The Broadening of Activities in the Financial System
  • R Calcagno & Wolf Wagner (2003) - The Inefficiency of the Stock Market Equilibrium under Moral Hazard
  • Wolf Wagner (2002) - Divestment, Entrepreneurial Incentives and the Decision to go Public
  • Wolf Wagner (2000) - Decentralized International Risk Sharing and Governmental Moral Hazard


Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1
Course Code

Banking and Financial Institutions

Year Level
master, master, master, master
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FI Honours Class

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  • Eden Quxian Zhang

    Financing and Regulatory Frictions in Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Stefan van Kampen

    The Cross-sectional and Time-Series Dynamics of Corporate Finance: Empirical evidence from financially constrained firms
  • Philip Fliers

    Essays on Financing and Performance: The role of firms, banks and boards
  • Patty Duijm

    Project Patty Duijm
  • Francesco Mazzola

    Banking and Financial Intermediation
  • Taavi Mandel

    Doctoral Research in Corporate Finance
  • Lingtian Kong

    Essays on Financial Coordination
  • Shiwei Ye

    PhD in Finance

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