Elisa Parisi-Capone is a senior economist for Finance & Banking and Western Europe. Her areas of research include the economics of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) with a special focus on periphery countries and intra-EMU imbalances. Her coverage also focuses on banking regulation and capital markets from a systemic risk perspective in addition to securitizations, credit derivatives and structured finance—her analysis on the subject has been cited by the financial press and the Congressional Oversight Panel. Previously, Elisa spent two years as a financial markets analyst at the Swiss Federal Finance Administration in Berne, Switzerland. Elisa holds a master's degree in economics from New York University and a Lizentiat in economics from the University of Zurich, Switzerland.
Recent Blog Posts by Elisa Parisi-Capone
- Comparing Spain With Ireland and Other PIIGS: Better in Some Ways, More at Risk in Others
- RGE’s Wednesday Note – Obama’s Recent Regulatory and Fiscal Proposals
- Too-Big-To-Fail: Regulatory Reforms of Systemically Important Institutions
- RGE Monitor – Europe Economic Outlook: Q2 2009 Update
- Eastern European Tinderbox: How Explosive Could It Get?
- Total $3.6T Projected Loans and Securities Losses, $1.8T Of Which At U.S. Banks/Brokers: The Specter of Technical Insolvency
- Record Corporate Bond Spreads: A Buying Opportunity?
- Focus on the U.S. Economy
- FannieMae & FreddieMac Seized: Bail-Out of the Mortgage Industry
- No Credit Crunch in the Euro Area? Part II
- One Year Later, Still Crunch Time