Eva Schliephake is an assistant professor at the Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics. Her research focuses on the impact of regulation on financial and economic stability under the influence of changing market structures and institutional frameworks. Eva also works on the optimal allocation of liquidity and losses within the financial sector and the optimal design of the loss absorbing capacity of institutions. Before, Eva was senior researcher at University of Bonn, a Lamfalussy Fellow 2017 at the European Central Bank, a John F. Kennedy Memorial Fellow 2016 at the Center for European Studies at Harvard and a visiting scholar at the IMF, Washington, DC as well as a visiting Ph.D. student at Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. She earned her Ph.D. in Economics (summa cum laude) from the University of Magdeburg studying the role and implications of internationally harmonized capital regulation on the banking system.
Capital Regulation and Endogenous Competition: Competition as a Moderator for Stability
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 2016
Strategic effects of regulatory capital requirements in imperfect banking competition
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 2013
The Regulator's Trade-off: Bank Supervision vs. Minimum Capital
Journal of Banking & Finance, 2013