119049 Moscow, Russia
11 Pokrovskiy boulevard, room S625
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Head of Corporate Finance Research Center, Dr., tenured professor
Karminskiy Alexander Markovich
The working groups aims to ensure the development and promotion of modern methods for banking restructuring and evaluating banking institutions, as well as methods for maintaining the financial stability of commercial banks and the banking sector as a whole within the context of innovative digital strategy development. Studies of the banking sector and financial stability contribute to the sector’s development and manageability, i.e. prudential opportunities at both the micro and macro levels.
The working group will conduct research and develop expertise in the following areas:
1. Development and innovation of the banking sector.
1.1. Comparative analysis of strategies and activities of various banking clusters in foreign countries, including BRICS countries.
1.2. Business processes of banking innovations, including neobanking. The evolution of financial and banking system functions.
1.3. The impact of banking innovations on the development of banking products and services; competitive advantage assessment.
1.4. Assessing the results of the digitalization of the financial sector and banks based on business informatization.
2. Regional and institutional development of the banking sector.
2.1. The efficiency and stability of banks; comparative analysis of banks in various countries, including BRICS countries.
2.2. Comparative analysis of traditional and Islamic banking: development potential.
2.3. Regional banking systems: features of product and service development, competition and investment opportunities.
2.4. Interdisciplinary behavioural research in banking. Human capital in banking.
3. Assessment of financial stability and prudential regulation.
3.1. Credit ratings and their modelling: from specification to aggregation.
3.2. Creating and applying internal rating systems.
3.3. Microprudential regulation: opportunities and business processes.
3.4. Banking management models: the ALM model and banking risk management.
4. Systemic risks and macroprudential policy.
4.1. Macroprudential policies and tools for managing systemic risks.
4.2. Systemic risks: indicators and indices; monitoring at macro and micro levels: Russian and world practice.
4.3. Empirical studies of systemic risks and contagions.