I am Neeltje van Horen, senior research advisor at the Bank of England, professor of financial economics at the University of Amsterdam and research fellow at the CEPR. My research focuses on the links between the financial sector and the real economy. This includes the impact of major economic shocks on companies and households, the effects of central bank policies on the behavior of banks, and the link between banks and governments. Much of my previous research has focused on the role of internationally operating banks in corporate lending and shock transmission. I published in the Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, and the American Economic Journal – Macro, among others. Prior to joining the Bank of England I worked at De Nederlandsche Bank and the World Bank. I have held positions as a visiting scholar at the EBRD, IMF and Chicago Fed. I am Associate Editor of the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.
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