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Hans Degryse


KU Leuven, CEPR

Areas of expertise

  • Banking
  • Financial intermediation
  • Market microstructure
  • Sustainable finance

Short Biography

Hans Degryse is Professor of Finance at KU Leuven. He is a research fellow at CEPR, CESIfo, and the European Banking Center (EBC). Before joining Leuven in 2012, he was professor of finance at Tilburg University.  His research focuses on banking, financial intermediation, and market microstructure. He has published in many journals including the American Economic Review, Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, Management Science, Review of Finance, Journal of Financial Intermediation, and the Economic Journal. He served as external adviser to the ECB, FSB, NBB and OECD.

Selected publications

Latest publications

  • Degryse, H., N. Karagiannis, G. Tombeur and G. Wuyts, "Two shades of opacity: hidden orders and dark trading", forthcoming in Journal of Financial Intermediation.
  • Degryse, H., M. Van Achter, and G. Wuyts, "Plumbing of Securities Markets: The Impact of Post-Trade Fees on Trading and Welfare", forthcoming in Management Science.
  • Degryse, H., A. Karapetyan, and S. Karmakar, To Ask or Not To Ask? Bank Capital Requirements and Loan Collateralization", forthcoming in Journal of Financial Economics.
  • Flore, C., H. Degryse, S. Kolaric and D. Schiereck, Forgive me all my sins: How penalties imposed on bank travel through markets, forthcoming in the Journal of Corporate Finance.
  • Bersch, J., H. Degryse, T. Kick and I. Stein (2020) The Real Effects of Bank Distress: Evidence from Bank Bailouts in Germany", Journal of Corporate Finance.
  • Degryse, H., V. Ioannidou, J. Liberti and J. Sturgess (2020), How do laws and institutions affect recovery rates on collateral?, Review of Corporate Finance Studies.
  • Degryse, H., O. De Jonghe, S. Jakovljevic, K. Mulier, and G. Schepens (2019), Identifying Credit Supply Shocks with Bank-Firm Data: Methods and Applications, Journal of Financial Intermediation.
  • Beck, T., H. Degryse, R. De Haas and N. Van Horen (2018), When Arm’s Length is Too Far. Relationship Banking over the Credit Cycle, Journal of Financial Economics, 127, 174-196.
  • Degryse, H., T. Lambert and A. Schwienbacher (2018), The Political Economy of Financial Systems: Evidence from Suffrage Reforms in the Last Two Centuries, Economic Journal, 128, 1433–1475.

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