Jan-Peter Siedlarek

I am a Research Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. My research interests include the economics of networks as well as banking and finance, competition, regulation and antitrust. This is my personal website.

Disclaimer: The views expressed on this website are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland or the Federal Reserve System.

Working Papers

  • “Making Friends Meet: Network Formation with Introductions." Working Paper No 20-01R2. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. Jun 2022. (link) (PDF)

  • “How Do Banks Respond to Capital Regulation? — The Impact of the Basel III Reforms in the United States” (with Nicholas Fritsch) Working Paper No. 22-11. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. Apr 2022. (link) (PDF)

  • “Intermediation in Networks” Working Paper No 15-18. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. Oct 2015. (link) (PDF)

Publications

  • “The Impacts of Stricter Merger Legislation on Bank Mergers and Acquisitions: Too-Big-To-Fail and Competition” (with Elena Carletti, Steven Ongena and Giancarlo Spagnolo). Journal of Financial Intermediation 46, Apr 2021, 100859 (link)

    • Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Working Paper No 16-14R2, Jul 2019 (link) (PDF)
  • “Convergence of Cultural Traits with Time-Varying Self-Confidence in the Panebianco (2014) Model - A Corrigendum” (with Fabrizio Panebianco and Anja Prummer). Journal of Economic Theory 175, May 2018, e3-e13 (link)

    • Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Working Paper No 17-20, Nov 2017 (link) (PDF)
  • “Community Leaders and the Preservation of Cultural Traits” (with Anja Prummer). Journal of Economic Theory 168, March 2017, 143-176 (link)

    • Online appendix (PDF)
    • Working paper version (PDF)

Federal Reserve Publications

  • “Two Approaches to Predicting the Path of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Is One Better?” (with Ben R. Craig, Tom Phelan and Jared Steinberg). Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Commentary 2021-10, Apr 2021 (link)

  • “Modeling Behavioral Responses to COVID-19” (with Ben R. Craig, Tom Phelan and Jared Steinberg). Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Commentary 2021-05, Mar 2021 (link)

  • “Improving Epidemic Modeling with Networks” (with Ben R. Craig, Tom Phelan and Jared Steinberg). Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Commentary 2020-23, Sep 2020 (link)

  • “Asset Commonality in US Banks and Financial Stability” (with Nicholas Fritsch). Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Commentary 2019-01, Jan 2019 (link)

  • “Merger Control in the Banking Sector”. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Commentary, No 2017-10, Aug 2017 (link)