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95-29: Determinants of U.S. commercial bank performance: regulatory and econometric issues
P.A.V.B. Swamy, James R. Barth, Ray Yeutien Chou and John S. Jahera
95-28: Credit rating enhancement norms and ratings-based bank capital and deposit insurance premium
Sankarshan Acharya
95-27: The role of principal agent-conflicts in the 1980s thrift crisis
Rebel Allen Cole and Robert Allen Eisenbeis
95-26: Noise traders, excess volatility, and a securities transactions tax
Paul H. Kupiec
95-25: Branch banking and the geography of bank pricing
Paul S. Calem and Leonard I. Nakamura
95-24: Techniques for verifying the accuracy of risk measurement models
Paul H. Kupiec
95-23: The role of capital in financial institutions
Allen N. Berger, Richard J. Herring and Giorgio Szego
95-22: The coexistence of multiple distribution systems for financial services: the case of property-liability insurance
Allen N. Berger, John Cummins and Mary A. Weiss
95-21: Universal banking and the future of small business lending
Allen N. Berger and Gregory Udell
95-20: Bank capitalization, regulation, and the credit crunch: a critical review of the research findings
Steven A. Sharpe
95-19: Asset pricing in an incomplete market with a locally risky discount factor
Sankarshan Acharya and Dilip B. Madan
95-18: Charter value, minimum bank capital requirement and deposit insurance pricing in equilibrium
Sankarshan Acharya
95-17: Comparing four models of aggregate fluctuations due to self-fulfilling expectations
Stephanie Schmitt-Grohé
95-16: Debtholders' option to walk out of a bankruptcy process, degree of diversification and multi-tier capital structure
Sankarshan Acharya
95-15: Efficient resolution of moral hazard under no arbitrage: risk premium, volatility and leverage
Sankarshan Acharya
95-14: A review of the recent empirical literature on displaced workers
Bruce Fallick
95-13: Putting the squeeze on a market for lemons: government-sponsored mortgage securitization
Wayne Passmore and Roger Sparks
95-12: Factor utilization and margins for adjusting output: evidence from manufacturing plants
Joe Mattey and Steve Strongin
95-11: The use of bank trading risk models for regulatory capital purposes
Paul H. Kupiec and James M. O'Brien
95-10: On the concavity of the consumption function
Christopher Carroll and Miles Spencer Kimball
95-9: Trade in ideas: patenting and productivity in the OECD
Samuel Kortum and Jonathan Eaton
95-8: Financial intermediation and monetary policy in a general equilibrium banking model
Pamela Labadie
95-7: Minimum wage effects on school and work transitions of teenagers
David Neumark and William Wascher
95-6: The international transmission of economic fluctuations: effects of U. S. business cycles on the Canadian economy
Stephanie Schmitt-Grohé
95-5: Households' deposit insurance coverage: evidence and analysis of potential reforms
Arthur B. Kennickell, Myron L. Kwast and Martha Starr
95-4: Unionization and acquisitions
Bruce Fallick and Kevin Allen Hassett
95-3: Public policy toward pensions: why defined-contribution pensions dominate government-insured defined-benefit pensions
Randall P. Mariger
95-2: Research and productivity growth: theory and evidence from patent data
Samuel Kortum
95-1: Fitting the term structure of interest rates with smoothing splines
Mark Fisher, Douglas Nychka and David Zervos
94-36: The efficiency cost of market power in the banking industry: a test of the "quiet life" and related hypotheses
Allen N. Berger and Timothy H. Hannan
94-35: International patenting and technology diffusion
Jonathan Eaton and Samuel Kortum
94-34: The predictive failure of the Baba, Hendry and Starr model of the demand for M1 in the United States
Gregory Dawson Hess, Christopher Jones and Richard D. Porter
94-33: An RBC model with growth: the role of human capital
Milton H. Marquis and Tor Einarsson
94-32: Optimal disinflation paths when growth is endogenous
Milton H. Marquis and Tor Einarsson
94-31: Making the Cobb-Douglas functional form an efficient nonparametric estimator through localization
Douglas A. McManus
94-30: Measuring scale and scope economies in banking using the localized translog functional form
Douglas A. McManus
94-29: Thrift stock returns and balance sheet interest rate sensitivity
Stephen A. Lumpkin and James M. O'Brien
94-28: Idiosyncratic variation of Treasury bill yields
Greg Duffee
94-27: On measuring credit risks of derivative instruments
Greg Duffee
94-26: The efficiency of bank branches
Allen N. Berger, John H. Leusner and John Mingo
94-25: Optimal reform postponement
Athanasios Orphanides
94-24: Leverage as a state variable for employment, inventory accumulation, and fixed investment
Charles W. Calomiris, Athanasios Orphanides and Steven A. Sharpe
94-23: Bank scale economies, mergers, concentration, and efficiency: the U.S. experience
Allen N. Berger and David B. Humphrey
94-22: Is there a pecking order? Evidence from a panel of IPO firms
Jean Helwege and Nellie Liang
94-21: Partial market value accounting, bank capital, volatility, and bank risk
Mark S. Carey
94-20: The information content of bank examinations
Allen N. Berger and Sally M. Davies
94-19: Optimal bank portfolios and the credit crunch
Wayne Passmore and Steven A. Sharpe
94-18: The financial accelerator and the flight to quality
Simon Gilchrist, Ben S. Bernanke and Mark L. Gertler
94-17: An overview of the secondary market for U.S. Treasury securities in London and Tokyo
Brian Madigan and Jeff Stehm
94-16: How long do junk bonds spend in default?
Jean Helwege
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