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96-15: The suburban housing market: effects of city and suburban employment growth Downloads
Richard Voith
96-14: Safety in numbers? Geographic diversification and bank insolvency risk Downloads
Joseph Hughes, William W. Lang, Loretta Mester and Choon-Geol Moon
96-13: Common trends and common cycles in regional per capita incomes Downloads
Gerald Carlino and Keith Sill
96-12: Retail pricing of ATM network services Downloads
James McAndrews
96-11: Measuring efficiency at U.S. banks: accounting for heterogeneity is important Downloads
Loretta Mester
96-10: Exchange rates and international relative prices and quantities in equilibrium models with alternative preference specifications Downloads
Elvan Ozlu, Don Schlagenhauf and Jeffrey Wrase
96-9: Efficient banking under interstate branching Downloads
Joseph Hughes, William W. Lang, Loretta Mester and Choon-Geol Moon
96-8: Money and finance with costly commitment Downloads
Satyajit Chatterjee and P. Dean Corbae
96-7: Does foreign exchange intervention signal future monetary policy? Downloads
Graciela Kaminsky and Karen K. Lewis
96-6: Consumption, stock returns, and the gains from international risk-sharing Downloads
Karen K. Lewis
96-5: Speculative investor behavior and learning Downloads
Stephen Morris
96-4: Capital requirements and rational discount window borrowing Downloads
Sherrill Shaffer
96-3: Evaluating McCallum's rule when monetary policy matters Downloads
Dean Croushore and Tom Stark
96-2: Bank capitalization and cost: evidence of scale economies in risk management and signaling Downloads
Joseph Hughes and Loretta Mester
96-1: Bank equity stakes in borrowing firms and financial distress Downloads
Mitchell Berlin, Kose John and Anthony Saunders
95-29: Are banks converging to one size?
Douglas Robertson
95-28: Some monetary policy implications of increasing consumption variety
Keith Sill
95-27: Evolution, coordination, and banking panics
Ted Temzelides
95-26: Beliefs, competition, and bank runs
Bernardino Adao and Ted Temzelides
95-25: The long-run variance of output and inflation under alternative monetary policy rules
Robert H. Defina, Thomas C. Stark and Herbert E. Taylor
95-24: Informational events that trigger currency attacks
Stephen Morris and Hyun Song Shin
95-23: The discount window and credit availability
Sherrill Shaffer
95-22: Expectations and the effects of monetary policy
Laurence Ball and Dean Croushore
95-21: Is U.S. economic performance really that bad?
Leonard I. Nakamura
95-20: Some empirical evidence on money demand from a cash-in-advance model
Keith Sill
95-19: Simulations of failure in a payment system
James J. McAndews and George Wasilyew
95-18: Is high school economically relevant for noncollege youth?
William J. Stull
95-17: New directions in information and screening in real estate finance
Leonard I. Nakamura and William W. Lang
95-16: Mortgage credit availability in low-and moderate-income neighborhoods: are information externalities critical?
Paul S. Calem
95-15: The differential effects of monetary policy shocks on regional economic activity
Gerald Carlino and Robert DeFina
95-14: Toward a theory of international currency: a step further
Alberto Trejos and Randall Wright
95-13: Translog bias under declining average costs
Sherrill Shaffer
95-13/RR: The translog form and declining average costs
Sherrill Shaffer
95-13/R: Functional forms and declining average costs
Sherrill Shaffer
95-12: Banks and derivatives
Gary Gorton and Richard Rosen
95-11: Parking, transit and employment in a central business district
Richard Voith
95-10: Consumer behavior and the stickiness of credit card interest rates
Paul S. Calem and Loretta Mester
95-9: Unemployment spells and income distribution dynamics
Ana Castaneda, Javier Díaz-Giménez and José-Víctor Ríos-Rull
95-8: Recovering technologies that account for generalized managerial preferences: an application to non-risk neutral banks
Joseph Hughes, William W. Lang and Loretta Mester
95-7: The simple analytics of observed discrimination in credit markets
Paul Calem and Michael Stutzer
95-6: Universal banking, intertemporal risk smoothing, and European financial integration
Franklin Allen and Douglas Gale
95-5: The dynamics of the exchange rate under a crawling peg regime: a game theory approach
Gregory P. Hopper
95-4: Financial markets, intermediaries, and intertemporal smoothing
Franklin Allen and Douglas Gale
95-3: A welfare comparison of intermediaries and financial markets in Germany and the U.S
Franklin Allen and Douglas Gale
95-2: Structural screens in stochastic markets
Sherrill Shaffer
95-1: Valuation equilibria with transactions costs
Satyajit Chatterjee and P. Dean Corbae
94-28: Realignment risk in the exchange rate mechanism: evidence from pound- mark cross-rate options
Jose Campa and Kevin Chang P.H.
94-27: Competition and specialization in the hospital industry: an application of Hotelling's location model
Paul S. Calem and John A. Rizzo
94-26: Evaluating McCallum's rule for monetary policy
Dean Croushore and Tom Stark
94-25: Money and finance in a model of costly commitment
Satyajit Chatterjee and P. Dean Corbae
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