International Trade, International Banking, Capital Flows, Financial Intermediation, Financial Crisis
Friederike Niepmann is an Economist in the International Research Function at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Her main research interests are in international economics, in particular in international banking and the role of financial intermediaries for international capital flows. Moreover, she is interested in topics in international trade and macro as well as financial intermediation. Friederike received her PhD from the European University Institute in Florence in June 2012.
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