Dror Y. Kenett

Johns Hopkins University

Dror Y. Kenett is Adjunct Professor at the Applied Economics, Advanced Academic Programs at Johns Hopkins University, Washington DC.  Previously, he was a researcher at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Financial Research (OFR) Financial Markets team. Kenett joined the OFR in 2015. Kenett applies his scientific background to financial stability questions, focusing on network-based models, financial contagion and spillovers, and correlation-based models. He has written OFR working papers, contributed to the OFR Financial Stability Report, and participated in the development of OFR monitoring tools. He has published more than 40 papers in financial, physics, and engineering journals such as the Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Quantitative Finance, Nature Physics, and Scientific Reports. He has a doctorate in physics from Tel Aviv University and was a research scientist at Boston University.

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A map of collateral uses and flows

This paper provides insights into the increased demand for collateral, the reduced capacity for banks to act as collateral intermediaries and examples of risks and vulnerabilities in collateral flows.

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