Marco Cipriani

Marco Cipriani

Assistant Vice President and Function Head
Money and Payments Studies Function
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, 10045

marco.cipriani@ny.frb.org

   
Trading by Professional Traders: An Experiment
With Roberta De Filippis, Antonio Guarino, and Ryan Kendall
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 939, August 2020

Risk Preferences at the Time of COVID-19: An Experiment with Professional Traders and Students
With Marco Angrisani, Antonio Guarino, Ryan Kendall, and Julen Ortiz de Zarate Pina
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 927, May 2020

The Market Events of Mid-September 2019
With Gara Afonso, Adam Copeland, Anna Kovner, Gabriele La Spada, and Antoine Martin
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 918, March 2020

Endogenous Leverage and Default in the Laboratory
With Ana Fostel and Daniel Houser
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 900, November 2019

Investors’ Appetite for Money-Like Assets: The Money Market Fund Industry after the 2014 Regulatory Reform
With Gabriele La Spada
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 816, June 2017, Revised June 2018

The Use of Collateral in Bilateral Repurchase and Securities Lending Agreements
With Viktoria Baklanova, Cecilia Caglio, and Adam Copeland
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 758, January 2016, Revised April 2017

Informational Contagion in the Laboratory
With Antonio Guarino, Giovanni Guazzarotti, Federico Tagliati, and Sven Fischer
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 715, March 2015

Gates, Fees, and Preemptive Runs
With Antoine Martin, Patrick McCabe, and Bruno M. Parigi
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 670, April 2014

Money Market Funds Intermediation, Bank Instability, and Contagion
With Antoine Martin and Bruno M. Parigi
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 599, February 2013

The Minimum Balance at Risk: A Proposal to Mitigate the Systemic Risks Posed by Money Market Funds
With Patrick E. McCabe, Michael Holscher, and Antoine Martin
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 564, July 2012

Estimating a Structural Model of Herd Behavior in Financial Markets
With Antonio Guarino
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 561,May 2012

Leverage and Asset Prices: An Experiment
With Ana Fostel, and Daniel Hauser
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 548, February 2012

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