The EBA Research Workshops are annual events that aim at bringing together economists and researchers from supervisory authorities and central banks, as well as leading academics, to discuss how the banking sector is evolving and which are the challenges for banks and for their regulators.
Every year the EBA launches a call for papers inviting the submission of policy-oriented, preferably empirical, research papers in topics related to banking regulation and supervision. Researchers from supervisory authorities and central banks are particularly encouraged to submit their papers for presentation and discussion.
2020: "New technologies in the banking sector – impacts, risks and opportunities”
2019: "The future of stress tests in the banking sector – approaches, governance and methodologies"
2018: "Reaping the benefits of an integrated EU banking market"
2017: "The future role of quantitative models in financial regulation"
2016: "Competition in banking: implications for financial regulation and supervision"
2015: "Financial regulation and the real economy: a micro-prudential perspective"
2014: "How to measure the riskiness of banks?"
2013: "How to regulate and resolve systemically important banks"
2012: "Banks' business models after the crisis: incentives, strategies, de-risking"