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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Deposit Insurance Schemes: target fund and risk-based contributions in line with Basel II regulationCAMPOLONGO Francesca; DE LISA Riccardo; ZEDDA Stefano; VALLASCAS Francesco; MARCHESI MassimoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Editorial of the Selected Papers on Risk Measurement Presented at the 2012 IRM Conference on Global Standards for Risk Measurement, Management and RegulationROGGI Oliviero; CAMPOLONGO Francesca; DE LISA RiccardoContributions to Conferences
2012European deposit guarantee schemes: revision of risk based contributions using CDS spreadsGALLIANI CLARA; DE LISA Riccardo; ZEDDA STEFANOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012The mitigation role of collaterals and guarantees under Basel IIDE LISA Riccardo; GALLIANI CLARA; MARCHESI Massimo; VALLASCAS Francesco; ZEDDA STEFANOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Modelling Deposit Insurance Scheme losses in a Basel 2 frameworkDE LISA Riccardo; ZEDDA Stefano; VALLASCAS Francesco; CAMPOLONGO Francesca; MARCHESI MassimoArticles in Journals
2011The Potential Impact of Banking Crises on Public Finances: An Assessment of Selected EU Countries Using SYMBOLCAMPOLONGO Francesca; MARCHESI Massimo; DE LISA RiccardoArticles in Journals
2012The Role of Contagion in Financial Crises: an Uncertainty Test on Interbank PatternsZEDDA STEFANO; CANNAS GIUSEPPINA; GALLIANI CLARA; DE LISA RiccardoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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