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Working Papers

1991

  1. Are Small, Rural Banks Credit-Constrained? A Look at the Seasonal Borrowing Program in the Eighth Federal Reserve District
    1991 Regional Committee NC-161, September 23-24, 1991, St. Louis, Missouri, Regional Research Committee NC-1014: Agricultural and Rural Finance Markets in Transition Downloads

Journal Articles

2017

  1. A Look at Corporate Inversions, Inside and Out
    The Regional Economist, 2017, 25, (1) Downloads

2016

  1. Scale Matters: Community Banks and Compliance Costs
    The Regional Economist, 2016, (July) Downloads View citations (3)

2015

  1. A report on economic conditions in the Little Rock zone
    Burgundy Books, 2015, (1Q) Downloads
    Also in Burgundy Books, 2014, (4Q) (2014) Downloads
    Burgundy Books, 2015, (2Q) (2015) Downloads
    Burgundy Books, 2015, (3Q) (2015) Downloads
    Burgundy Books, 2014, (2Q) (2014) Downloads
    Burgundy Books, 2014, (3Q) (2014) Downloads
  2. A report on economic conditions in the Louisville zone
    Burgundy Books, 2015, (3Q) Downloads
    Also in Burgundy Books, 2015, (2Q) (2015) Downloads
    Burgundy Books, 2015, (1Q) (2015) Downloads
    Burgundy Books, 2014, (2Q) (2014) Downloads
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    Burgundy Books, 2014, (3Q) (2014) Downloads
  3. A report on economic conditions in the Memphis zone
    Burgundy Books, 2015, (2Q) Downloads
    Also in Burgundy Books, 2014, (4Q) (2014) Downloads
    Burgundy Books, 2014, (2Q) (2014) Downloads
    Burgundy Books, 2015, (3Q) (2015) Downloads
    Burgundy Books, 2014, (3Q) (2014) Downloads
    Burgundy Books, 2015, (1Q) (2015) Downloads
  4. A report on economic conditions in the St. Louis zone
    Burgundy Books, 2015, (2Q) Downloads
    Also in Burgundy Books, 2014, (2Q) (2014) Downloads
    Burgundy Books, 2014, (4Q) (2014) Downloads
    Burgundy Books, 2015, (1Q) (2015) Downloads
    Burgundy Books, 2015, (3Q) (2015) Downloads
    Burgundy Books, 2014, (3Q) (2014) Downloads

2013

  1. 2013 Community Banking Performance: A Year of Recovery
    Central Banker, 2013, (Winter) Downloads
  2. Bank Regulators Detail New Liquidity Standard for SIFIs
    Central Banker, 2013, (Winter) Downloads
  3. In-depth: can FASB get loan loss accounting just right?
    Central Banker, 2013, (Spring) Downloads

2012

  1. Bank performance continues on meandering path
    Central Banker, 2012, (Spr) Downloads
  2. In-depth: is the end near for the popular transaction account guarantee program?
    Central Banker, 2012, (Summer) Downloads
  3. In-depth: will money market mutual funds get an extreme makeover?
    Central Banker, 2012, (Winter) Downloads
  4. Quarterly report: earnings and asset quality trending up in district, nation
    Central Banker, 2012, (Summer) Downloads
  5. Recovery continues for banks in district, nation
    Central Banker, 2012, (Fall) Downloads

2011

  1. Banking conditions on the upswing in District, nation
    Central Banker, 2011, (Win) Downloads
  2. District banks’ profits are up, asset quality is not
    Central Banker, 2011, (Summer) Downloads
  3. District, U.S. peer banks still navigating difficult waters
    Central Banker, 2011, (Spring) Downloads
  4. Earnings growth stalls in second quarter, asset quality is steady in District
    Central Banker, 2011, (Fall) Downloads

2010

  1. A mixed bag for District, peer banks
    Central Banker, 2010, (Win) Downloads
  2. Are District and U.S. banks on the mend?
    Central Banker, 2010, (Summer) Downloads
  3. More signs of improvement for District, peer banks
    Central Banker, 2010, (Fall) Downloads
  4. Two steps forward, one step back for District banks in fourth quarter
    Central Banker, 2010, (Spring) Downloads

2007

  1. Industrial loan companies come out of the shadows
    The Regional Economist, 2007, (Jul), 4-9 Downloads View citations (1)

1999

  1. High loan loss reserves: virtue or vice?
    Monetary Trends, 1999, (Mar) Downloads
  2. Paper tigers? How the Asian economies lost their bite
    The Regional Economist, 1999, (Jan), 4-9 Downloads View citations (5)

1998

  1. Both a lender and a borrower be: banks face a deposit shortage
    The Regional Economist, 1998, (Jan), 12 Downloads
  2. How long can strong loan growth continue?
    Monetary Trends, 1998, (Apr) Downloads
  3. Moderating monopolies: does big business need taming? the role of economics in antitrust law
    The Regional Economist, 1998, (Jul), 10-11 Downloads
  4. Personal bankruptcy: the new American pastime?
    The Regional Economist, 1998, (Oct), 12-13 Downloads

1997

  1. The name is bond--indexed bond
    The Regional Economist, 1997, (Jan), 10-11 Downloads
  2. What price convenience: the ATM surcharge debate
    The Regional Economist, 1997, (Jul), 4-9 Downloads
  3. Why does bank performance vary across states?
    Review, 1997, (Mar), 27-40 Downloads View citations (54)

1996

  1. Chile's blueprint for public pension privatization
    The Regional Economist, 1996, (Oct), 8-9
  2. Investment improvement: adding duration to the toolbox
    The Regional Economist, 1996, (Apr), 10-11 Downloads
  3. Shaking the third rail: reforming Social Security
    The Regional Economist, 1996, (Oct), 5-7 Downloads

1995

  1. Commercial & investment banking: should this divorce be saved?
    The Regional Economist, 1995, (Apr), 5-9 Downloads
  2. Homebuyers bear arms in the mortgage market
    The Regional Economist, 1995, (Jan), 12-13 Downloads
  3. Will the mutual fund boom be a bust for banks?
    The Regional Economist, 1995, (Oct), 12-13 Downloads

1994

  1. Demystifying derivatives
    The Regional Economist, 1994, (Oct), 10-11 Downloads
  2. Going interstate: a new dawn for U.S. banking
    The Regional Economist, 1994, (Jul), 5-9 Downloads View citations (1)
  3. Home sweet home in the Eighth District
    The Regional Economist, 1994, (Apr), 12-13 Downloads
  4. Making sense of mark to market
    The Regional Economist, 1994, (Jan), 10-11 Downloads

1993

  1. Banks and investment funds: no longer mutually exclusive
    The Regional Economist, 1993, (Oct), 5-9 Downloads
  2. Eighth district banks' recipe for profits
    The Regional Economist, 1993 Downloads
  3. Health insurance in America: searching for a cure
    The Regional Economist, 1993, (Jan), 5-9 Downloads
  4. The pitfalls of industrial policy
    The Regional Economist, 1993, (Apr), 10-11 Downloads

1992

  1. Are small rural banks credit constrained? A look at the seasonal borrowing privilege in the Eighth Federal Reserve District
    Review, 1992, (May), 52-66 Downloads

1990

  1. Eighth District banks in 1989: in the eye of the storm?
    Review, 1990, (May), 3-17 Downloads
 
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