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641: Staying afloat in Japan: discretionary accounting and the behavior of banks under financial duress
Ronald E. Shrieves and Drew Dahl
640: For richer, for poorer: sovereign debt contracts in crisis
Anna Gelpern
639: Meeting the challenges of supervising and organizations' cross-border activities
Lawrence R. Uhlick
638: Does the Japanese stock market price bank risk? evidence from bank failures
Elijah Brewer, Hesna Genay, William C. Hunter and George G. Kaufman
637: The American economy in a world context
Alan Greenspan
636: Whether and why banks are opaque
Donald P. Morgan
635: International implications of disclosing supervisory information
John S. Jordan, Joe Peek and Eric Rosengren
634: Community Reinvestment Act rating downgrades and changes in bank lending behavior
Drew Dahl, Douglas Darrell Evanoff and Michael F. Spivey
633: Interbank exposures: quantifying the risk of contagion
Craig Furfine
632: What we have learned from the recent crises: implications for banking regulation
Joseph E. Stiglitz
631: Global financial crises: implications for banking and regulation: a review of the conference
Michael H. Moskow
630: Recent crises in post-crisis perspective
Allan H. Meltzer
629: Implications for banking and regulation: the financial stability institute and supervisory organizations
John G. Heimann
628: Reform of the financial and banking regulatory structures
Carter H. Golembe
627: The changing landscape of the banking industry
John B. McCoy
626: Measuring the efficiency of capital allocation in commercial banking
Joseph P. Hughes, William W. Lang, Choon-Geol Moon and Michael S. Pagano
625: Adverse selection, market structure, and competitive pricing in bank lending
Sherrill Shaffer
624: The cross-guarantee concept: eliminating risk in interbank markets
Bert Ely
623: Managing moral hazard with market signals: how regulation should change with banking
Gary H. Stern
622: Straining out Gnats and allowing Camels: the question of subsidy to subsidiaries of banks
Richard S. Carnell
621: Hidden cost reductions in bank mergers: accounting for more productive banks
Simon H. Kwan and James A. Wilcox
620: The importance of bank seniority for relationship lending
Stanley D. Longhofer and Joao Santos
619: Bank risk rating of business loans
William B. English and William R. Nelson
618: Banks' discretionary loan loss provisions: how important are constraints and asymmetries?
Timothy W. Koch and Larry D. Wall
617: The determinants of corporate loan liquidity
Vijay Bhasin and Mark S. Carey
616: Product mix and earnings volatility at commercial banks: evidence from a degree of leverage model
Robert DeYoung and Karin P. Roland
615: Debt repudiation and costs of financial distress: evidence from the Great Depression
Randal S. Kroszner
614: Factors affecting the Japanese premium
Joe Peek and Eric Rosengren
613: Circle unbroken: bank-affiliated money market mutual funds
Gary D. Koppenhaver
612: The dynamics of market entry: the effects of mergers and acquisitions on de novo entry in banking
Allen N. Berger, Seth D. Bonime, Lawrence G. Goldberg and Lawrence J. White
611: Study of the banking consolidation impact on small business lending
Ben R. Craig and Joao Santos
610: Banking and commerce: an approach based on liquidity synergies
Joseph Haubrich and Joao Santos
609: Securities activities by commercial banking firms' section 20 subsidiaries: risk, return, and diversification benefits
Simon H. Kwan
608: Of firewalls and subsidiaries: the right stuff for expanded bank activities
Bernard Shull and Lawrence J. White
607: Stop me before I inflate again: the rules-versus-discretion debate revisited
Alan S. Blinder
606: Capital movements, asset values, and banking policy in globalized markets
Edward J. Kane
605: On the political economy of banking and financial regulatory reform in emerging markets
Randall S. Kroszner
604: Survey data and the interest rate sensitivity of U.S. bank stock returns
Harald A. Benink and Christian C.P. Wolff
603: The impact of deposit insurance reform on market discipline in Poland
Thomas S. Mondschean and Timothy P. Opiela
602: Joint venture payment networks and public policy
David Balto and James Joseph McAndrews
601: Can bank supervisory information improve forecasts of variables critical to monetary policy?
Joe Peek, Eric Rosengren and Geoffrey M. B. Tootell
600: Could publication of bank CAMEL ratings improve market discipline?
Robert DeYoung, Mark Jeffrey Flannery, William W. Lang and Sorin M. Sorescu
599: The subsidy provided by the federal safety net: theory, measurement, and containment
Myron L. Kwast and Wayne Passmore S.
598: Safety net subsidies at U.S. commercial banks, 1985-1994
Armen Hovakimian and Edward J. Kane
597: The East Asian financial crisis
Gillian G. H. Garcia
596: Mass adoption of retail electronic payments
Helen Sinclair
595: Integrated risk management: a dynamic process for getting it front of risk
Cynthia A. Glassman
594: The changing mix of bank card borrowers and the rising rate of charge-offs
Sandra E. Black and Donald P. Morgan
593: Risky debt prices and term-structure of credit spreads
Dilip Madan and Haluk Unal
592: Contagion and efficiency in gross and net interbank payment systems
Xavier Freixas and Bruno Parigi
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