jfmi 3 1 authors

The Journal of Financial Market Infrastructures

Volume 3, Issue 1


Martin Diehl

Martin Diehl is currently payment system analyst with the Deutsche Bundesbank. His analysis covers mainly TARGET2 and related issues. He is particular interested in simulations, liquidity efficiency issues and topology of the payment system network. He is a trained economist (Diplom-Volkswirt and M.A. econ.) and philosopher and got his PH.D. from University Gießen, Germany. He has joined Deutsche Bundesbank in 1998 starting as an economist. After five years as head of the speech writer group for the governor he was seconded to the embassy in Beijing serving as a representative of Deutsche Bundesbank to China. In 2008 he joined the department for payment and settlement systems in Deutsche Bundesbank.





Alexander Mueller

Alexander Mueller studied economics and political science in Freiburg (Germany) and Lille (France), graduating with a diploma in economics and a master's degree in political science. Since 2012, he has been working as an expert for payment system analysis in the Deutsche Bundesbank’s division responsible for Strategy, Policy and Oversight in Payments and Secu-rities Settlement. His responsibilities and current research activities are focused on simulation studies, stress testing, and the analysis of data derived from payment systems.



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