sqioa

Department of Organization

Stine
Quorning
PhD fellow


Room: KIL/14.A-4.50a
E-mail: sq.ioa@cbs.dk
Stine
Presentation

My research concerns the role of central banks in the emerging sustainable finance regime, as central bankers are increasingly starting to acknowledge their responsibility for fostering change when it comes to the climate crisis. My research will explore how central bankers mainstream sustainable investments by internalizing climate related risk assessment by individual central banks, and as part of global expert networks such as the Network for Greening the Financial System.

My analytical approach is situated within the fields of international political economy and economic sociology. Other interests include the global financial crisis, shadow banking and post-crisis regulation in the EU in particular the banking union and capital markets union.

Primary research areas

•    Central banks in post-crisis political economy
•    Sustainable finance
•    Financial regulation
•    Elites and expert networks
 

Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/sqioa
Selected publications

The ECB's half-baked supervision mandate or, how to get serious about shadow banking again (co-authored with Jakob Vestergaard), Foundation for European Progressive Studies, 2019

Publications sorted by:
2020
Jakob Vestergaard; Stine Quorning / Establishing a European Financial Supervision Agency
Brussels : Foundation for European Progressive Studies 2020, 7 p. (FEPS Policy Brief, No. March)
Working paper
Jakob Vestergaard; Stine Quorning / The ECB’s Half-baked Supervision Mandate Or, How to Get Serious about Shadow Banking Again
In: Journal of Economic Policy Reform, 27.12.2020
Journal article > peer review
2019
Jakob Vestergaard; Stine Quorning / The ECBs Half-baked Supervision Mandate : Or, How to Get Serious about Shadow Banking Again.
Brussels : Foundation for European Progressive Studies 2019, 23 p. (FEPS Policy Paper, No. September)
Working paper
Outside activities

2021
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2020
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2019
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