Neeltje van Horen
Neeltje van Horen
Bank of England, University of Amsterdam
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Foreign banks: Trends and impact
S Claessens, N Van Horen
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 46 (s1), 295-326, 2014
806*2014
Running for the exit? International bank lending during a financial crisis
R De Haas, N Van Horen
The Review of Financial Studies 26 (1), 244-285, 2013
494*2013
Exporting sovereign stress: Evidence from syndicated bank lending during the euro area sovereign debt crisis
A Popov, N Van Horen
Review of Finance 19 (5), 1825-1866, 2015
315*2015
The impact of the global financial crisis on banking globalization
S Claessens, N Van Horen
IMF Economic Review 63 (4), 868-918, 2015
2572015
When arm's length is too far. Relationship banking over the business cycle
T Beck, H Degryse, R De Haas, N Van Horen
BOFIT Discussion Paper, 2014
245*2014
Shocks abroad, pain at home? Bank-firm level evidence on financial contagion during the recent financial crisis
S Ongena, JL Peydro, N Van Horen
IMF Economic Review 63 (4), 698-750, 2016
227*2016
International shock transmission after the Lehman Brothers collapse: Evidence from syndicated lending
R De Haas, N Van Horen
American Economic Review 102 (3), 231-37, 2012
2202012
Being a foreigner among domestic banks: Asset or liability?
S Claessens, N Van Horen
Journal of Banking & Finance 36 (5), 1276-1290, 2012
1892012
Location decisions of foreign banks and competitor remoteness
S Claessens, N Van Horen
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 46 (1), 145-170, 2014
183*2014
Foreign banking in developing countries; origin matters
N Van Horen
Emerging Markets Review 8 (2), 81-105, 2007
1492007
The invisible hand of the government: Moral suasion during the European sovereign debt crisis
S Ongena, A Popov, N Van Horen
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 11 (4), 346-79, 2019
1432019
Impact of foreign banks
S Claessens, N Van Horen
Journal of Financial Perspectives 1 (1), 2013
1192013
International financial integration through the law of one price: The role of liquidity and capital controls
EL Yeyati, SL Schmukler, N Van Horen
Journal of Financial Intermediation 18 (3), 432-463, 2009
117*2009
Foreign bank presence in developing countries 1995-2006: data and trends
S Claessens, N Van Horen, T Gurcanlar, J Mercado Sapiain
Available at SSRN 1107295, 2008
101*2008
The Crisis as a Wake-Up Call-Do Banks Tighten Screening and Monitoring During a Financial Crisis?
R De Haas, N Van Horen
De Nederlandsche Bank Working Paper, 2010
72*2010
Emerging market liquidity and crises
EL Yeyati, SL Schmukler, N Van Horen
Journal of the European Economic Association 6 (2-3), 668-682, 2008
682008
Customer market power and the provision of trade credit: evidence from Eastern Europe and Central Asia
N Van Horen
The World Bank, 2007
61*2007
Foreign exchange market contagion in the Asian crisis: A regression-based approach
N Van Horen, H Jager, F Klaassen
Review of World Economics 142 (2), 374-401, 2006
492006
The price of inconvertible deposits: the stock market boom during the Argentine crisis
LE Yeyati, S Schmukler, N Horen
The World Bank, 2003
472003
Do firms use trade credit as a competitiveness tool? Evidence from developing countries
N Van Horen
World Bank mimeo 1 (1.96), 2004
422004
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