Daniela Gabor’s research develops three related themes under the umbrella of critical macro-finance.
First, she is interested in shadow banking activities, in particular repo markets, and the implications for monetary theory, central banking, sovereign bond markets and regulatory activity. Her two research projects are Managing Shadow Money
(funded by INET) and the Capital Markets Union (funded by FEPS).
In 2016, Daniela was invited as expert witness at the European Parliament’s public hearing on the Capital Markets Union.
Second, Dr. Gabor’s research develops the theme of transnational banks’ involvement in policy deliberations around capital controls and crisis management in both global settings and in emerging markets. Finally, she researches the IMF’s conditionality and advice on capital controls.