MARGARITA SAMARTÍN
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MARGARITA SAMARTÍN

Associate Professor of Finance

Selected publications

2016 Government finances and bank bailouts: Evidence from European Stock markets. M. Cabrera, G. Dwyer and M. Samartín. Journal of Empirical Finance V.39. 169-179.

2014 Banking crises and government intervention. J.H. García-Palacios, A. Hasman and M. Samartín. Journal of Financial Stability. V.15, 32-42.

2014 Financial Intermediation in an Overlapping Generations Model with Transaction Costs. A. Hasman, M. Samartín and J. Van Bommel. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. V. 45, 111-125.

2013 Financial Contagion and Depositor Monitoring. A. Hasman, M. Samartín and J. Van Bommel. Journal of Banking and Finance. V.37, 3076-3084.

Margarita Samartín is an Associate Professor of Finance at the Department of Business Administration at CarlosIII University. She holds an European Doctoral Program in Quantitative Economics from CORE (Belgium), the London School of Economics (Great Britain), DELTA (France) and the University of Bonn (Germany). She holds a Masters degree in Economics from the Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium) and a Licentiate degree in business and economics from the University of Cantabria (Spain). She teaches financial economics and banking theory to undergrads and doctoral students.

Margarita's research interests center on the microeconomic theory of banking. Her research examines the role of banks in the economy, the causes of banking crises and optimal regulatory policies. She has published in journals, such as the Review of Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Theory, Journal of Financial Stability and Financial Markets, Institutions and Instruments.

Margarita is currently director of the Master in Actuarial Sciences and Finance at the Department of Business Administration. She is also vice-director of the Advanced course in the Economy of Telecommunications of the Master in Industrial Economics at Carlos III University.

2016 Government finances and bank bailouts: Evidence from European Stock markets. M. Cabrera, G. Dwyer and M. Samartín. Journal of Empirical Finance V.39. 169-179.

2014 Banking crises and government intervention. J.H. García-Palacios, A. Hasman and M. Samartín. Journal of Financial Stability. V.15, 32-42.

2014 Financial Intermediation in an Overlapping Generations Model with Transaction Costs. A. Hasman, M. Samartín and J. Van Bommel. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. V. 45, 111-125.

2013 Financial Contagion and Depositor Monitoring. A. Hasman, M. Samartín and J. Van Bommel. Journal of Banking and Finance. V.37, 3076-3084.

2011 Government, taxes and banking crises. A. Hasman, A. Lopez and M. Samartín. Journal of Banking and Finance. V.35(10), 2761-2770.

2009 Why do banks promise to pay par on demand? .G. Dywer and M. Samartín. Journal of Financial Stability. V.5, 147-169.

2008 Information Acquisition and Financial Contagion. A. Hasman and M. Samartín. Journal of Banking and Finance. V. 32, 2136-2147.

2007 Was the Argentine corralito an efficient measure?: a note. M. Samartín, C. Cardone and R. Bustamante. International Review of Economics and Finance. V.16, 444-453.

2005 Comment on: Bank Runs, Welfare and Policy Implications. M. Samartín. Journal of Financial Stability. V.1(3), 426-432.

2003 Should bank runs be prevented? M. Samartín. Journal of Banking and Finance. V. 27(5), 977-1000.

2003 Financial Service Firms’ Entry-Mode Choice and Cultural Diversity: Spanish Companies in Latin America. M.J. Alvarez, C. Cardone, N. Lado and M. Samartín. International Journal of Bank Marketing. V.21(3), 109-121.

2003 On the optimality of bank runs: a comment on Allen and Gale. M. Samartín. Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Theory. V.28(1), 33-57.

2002 Suspension of convertibility versus deposit insurance: a welfare comparison M. Samartín. Review of Finance (former European Finance Review). V.6(2), 223-244.

2001 Banks Increase Welfare. M. Samartín. Financial Markets, Institutions and Instruments. V.10(5), 203-234.