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Asli Demirguc-Kunt, Director of Research 
Asli Demirgüç-Kunt
 
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Email Asli Demirgüç-Kunt at ADemirguc-Kunt@worldbank.org
 
 
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ASLI DEMIRGÜÇ-KUNT is the Director of Research in the World Bank. After joining the Bank in 1989 as a Young Economist, she has held different positions, including Director of Development Policy, Chief Economist of Financial and Private Sector Development Network, and Senior Research Manager, doing research and advising on financial sector and private sector development issues. She is the lead author of World Bank Policy Research Report 2007, Finance for All? Policies and Pitfalls in Expanding Access. She has also created the World Bank’s Global Financial Development Report and directed the issues on Rethinking the Role of the State in Finance (2013), and Financial Inclusion (2014).

The author of over 100 publications, Ms. Demirgüç-Kunt has published widely in academic journals. Her research has focused on the links between financial development and firm performance and economic development. Banking crises, financial regulation, access to financial services including SME finance are among her areas of research. Prior to coming to the Bank, she was an Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. She holds a Ph.D. and M.A. in economics from the Ohio State University.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


World Bank working papers and publications

1 .Foreign banks and international transmission of monetary policy : evidence from the syndicated loan market
2 .The microfinance business model : enduring subsidy and modest profit
3 .Saving for old age
4 .How does long-term finance affect economic volatility ?
5 .The impact of the global financial crisis on firms' capital structure
6 .Are large firms born or made ? evidence from developing countries
7 .The Global Findex Database 2014 : measuring financial inclusion around the world
8 .What determines entrepreneurial outcomes in emerging markets ? the role of initial conditions
9 .Corporate governance and bank insolvency risk : international evidence
10 .Does local financial development matter for firm lifecycle in India ?
11 .Bank capital and systemic stability
12 .Deposit insurance database
13 .Size and age of establishments: evidence from developing countries
14 .How does corporate governance affect bank capitalization strategies ?
15 .Islamic finance and financial inclusion: measuring use of and demand for formal financial services among Muslim adults
16 .Financial inclusion and legal discrimination against women : evidence from developing countries
17 .Rethinking the state's role in finance
18 .The World Bank economic review 27 (3);
19 .Incentive audits : a new approach to financial regulation
20 .Bank regulation and supervision around the world : a crisis update
21 .How does deposit insurance affect bank risk ? evidence from the recent crisis
22 .The foundations of financial inclusion : understanding ownership and use of formal accounts
23 .Benchmarking financial systems around the world
24 .Bank ownership and credit over the business cycle : is lending by state banks less procyclical?
25 .Financial inclusion in Africa : an overview
26 .Financing of firms in developing countries : lessons from research
27 .Measuring financial inclusion : the Global Findex Database
28 .How does bank competition affect systemic stability ?
29 .Is the financial safety net a barrier to cross-border banking ?
30 .Has the global banking system become more fragile over time ?
31 .Remittances and financial inclusion : evidence from El Salvador
32 .Do Phoenix miracles exist ? firm-level evidence from financial crises
33 .Is small beautiful ? financial structure, size and access to finance
34 .The evolving importance of banks and securities markets
35 .Small vs. young firms across the world : contribution to employment, job creation, and growth
36 .Do we need big banks ? evidence on performance, strategy and market discipline
37 .A framework for analyzing competition in the banking sector : an application to the case of Jordan
38 .Bank capital : lessons from the financial crisis
39 .Islamic vs. conventional banking : business model, efficiency and stability
40 .Are banks too big to fail or too big to save ? International evidence from equity prices and CDS spreads
41 .Are innovating firms victims or perpetrators ? tax evasion, bribe payments, and the role of external finance in developing countries
42 .The World Bank economic review 24 (1)
43 .Basel core principles and bank soundness : does compliance matter ?
44 .Banks and microbanks
45 .Microfinance tradeoffs : regulation, competition, and financing
46 .Does regulatory supervision curtail microfinance profitability and outreach ?
47 .Finance and inequality : theory and evidence
48 .Remittances and banking sector breadth and depth : evidence from Mexico
49 .Entrepreneurship in post-conflict transition : the role of informality and access to finance
50 .Financial institutions and markets across countries and over time - data and analysis
51 .Bank activity and funding strategies : the impact on risk and returns
52 .The World Bank research observer 24 (1)
53 .Are all the sacred cows dead ? implications of the financial crisis for macro and financial policies
54 .Bank financing for smes around the world : drivers, obstacles, business models, and lending practices
55 .The 2007 meltdown in structured securitization : searching for lessons, not scapegoats
56 .Microfinance meets the market
57 .Finance and economic opportunity
58 .Finance, financial sector policies, and long-run growth
59 .Formal versus informal finance : evidence from China
60 .The World Bank economic review 22 (3)
61 .Firm innovation in emerging markets : the roles of governance and finance
62 .Banking services for everyone ? Barriers to bank access and use around the world
63 .Deposit insurance design and implementation : policy lessons from research and practice
64 .Do workers' remittances promote financial development ?
65 .Banking on the principles : compliance with Basel Core Principles and bank soundness
66 .Finance and economic development : policy choices for developing countries
67 .What determines protection of property rights ? An analysis of direct and indirect effects
68 .Determinants of deposit-insurance adoption and design
69 .Financial performance and outreach : a global analysis of leading microbanks
70 .How important are financing constraints ? The role of finance in the business environment
71 .Reaching out : access to and use of banking services across countries
72 .Cross-country empirical studies of systemic bank distress : a survey
73 .How well do institutional theories explain firms' perceptions of property rights?
74 .Deposit insurance around the world : a comprehensive database
75 .Finance, firm size, and growth
76 .Finance, inequality, and poverty: cross-country evidence
77 .Business Environment and the Incorporation Decision
78 .The determinants of financing obstacles
79 .Law and firms' access to finance
80 .Small and medium enterprises, growth, and poverty : cross-country evidence
81 .Small and medium enterprises across the globe : a new database
82 .Bank concentration and crises
83 .Bank supervision and corporate finance
84 .The impact of bank regulations, concentration, and institutions on bank margins
85 .Bank competition, financing obstacles, and access to credit
86 .Financial and legal institutions and firm size
87 .World development report 2002 : building institutions for markets
88 .Law and finance : why does legal origin matter?
89 .Financial and legal constraints to firm growth - Does size matter?
90 .Informe sobre el desarrollo mundial 2002 : instituciones para los mercados
91 .Rapport sur le developpement dans le monde 2002 : des institutions pour les marches
92 .Firms as financial intermediaries - evidence from trade credit data
93 .World development report 2002 - building institutions for markets
94 .Deposit insurance around the globe : where does it work?
95 .World development report 2002 : building institutions for markets
96 .World development report 2002 : building institutions for markets
97 .World development report 2002 : building institutions for markets - overview
98 .World development report 2002 : building institutions for markets
99 .World development report 2002 : building institutions for markets - overview
100 .Law, politics, and finance

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