Jas Ellis : Citation Profile


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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   1 years (2015 - 2015). See details.
   Cites by year: 8
   Journals where Jas Ellis has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 5.    Total self citations: 0 (0 %)

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Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Jas Ellis.

Is cited by:

Kapadia, Sujit (2)

Garbarino, Nicola (1)

Hinterschweiger, Marc (1)

Eckley, Peter (1)

Kashyap, Anil (1)

HALDANE, ANDREW (1)

Aikman, David (1)

Kirwin, Liam (1)

Harrald, Paul (1)

Diamond, Douglas (1)

Cites to:

Kohler, Marion (3)

Cecchetti, Stephen (3)

Upper, Christian (3)

Correa, Ricardo (1)

Miles, David (1)

Slovik, Patrick (1)

Sapriza, Horacio (1)

Turner, Paul (1)

Cournède, Boris (1)

Homar, Timotej (1)

Hall, Maximilian (1)

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Where Jas Ellis has published?


Recent works citing Jas Ellis (2018 and 2017)


YearTitle of citing document
2017Specialisation in mortgage risk under Basel II. (2017). Kirwin, Liam ; Garbarino, Nicola ; Eckley, Peter ; Latsi, Georgia ; Benetton, Matteo. In: Bank of England working papers. RePEc:boe:boeewp:0639.

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2018Rethinking financial stability. (2018). Kapadia, Sujit ; Hinterschweiger, Marc ; HALDANE, ANDREW ; Aikman, David. In: Bank of England working papers. RePEc:boe:boeewp:0712.

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2019Targeting financial stability: macroprudential or monetary policy?. (2019). Kapadia, Sujit ; McLeay, Michael ; Giese, Julia ; Aikman, David. In: Working Paper Series. RePEc:ecb:ecbwps:20192278.

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2017An Empirical Economic Assessment of the Costs and Benefits of Bank Capital in the US. (2017). Firestone, Simon ; Ranish, Benjamin ; Lorenc, Amy. In: Finance and Economics Discussion Series. RePEc:fip:fedgfe:2017-34.

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Works by Jas Ellis:


YearTitleTypeCited
2015Financial Stability Paper No. 35: Measuring the macroeconomic costs and benefits of higher UK bank capital requirements - In: Bank of England Financial Stability Papers.
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