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Introduction pp. 701-706
Joseph Haubrich and James Thomson
Are larger Treasury issues more liquid? Evidence from bill reopenings pp. 707-739
Michael Fleming
Supply contraction and trading protocol: an examination of recent changes in the U.S. Treasury market pp. 740-766
Leslie Boni and J. Chris Leach
The saga of the first stock index futures contract: benchmarks, models, and learning pp. 767-811
Sam Thomas
GSE debt and the decline in the Treasury debt market pp. 812-847
Brent Ambrose and Tao-Hsien Dolly King
The conduct of monetary policy with a shrinking stock of government debt pp. 848-886
Stacey Schreft and Bruce Smith
Government asset and liability management in an era of vanishing public debt pp. 887-940
Henning Bohn
What should the Federal Reserve do as Treasury debt is repaid?, panel discussion pp. 941-945
Donald L. Kohn
Federal Reserve asset acquisition: a proposal, panel discussion pp. 946-951
Alfred Broaddus and Marvin Goodfriend
International market implications of declining Treasury debt, panel discussion pp. 952-966
Robert McCauley
Declining Treasury debt; a conference sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, October 24-26, 2001
Joseph Haubrich and Special Issue

2001, issue May

Global monetary integration; a conference sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, June 1-3, 2000
Owen Humpage and Special Issue


Introduction: context, issues and contributions pp. 303-311
Marco Del Negro, Alejandro Hernandez-Delgado, Owen Humpage and Elisabeth Huybens
Capital markets and the exchange rate with special reference to the dollarization debate in Latin America pp. 312-338
Guillermo Calvo
How much bang for the buck? Mexico and dollarization pp. 339-369
Ross Levine and Maria Carkovic
The costs of losing monetary independence: the case of Mexico pp. 370-403
Thomas Cooley and Vincenzo Quadrini
Has monetary policy been so bad that it is better to get rid of it? The case of Mexico pp. 404-439
Marco Del Negro and Francesc Obiols-Homs
The benefits of dollarization when stabilization policy lacks credibility and financial markets are imperfect pp. 440-481
Enrique Mendoza
Stabilization policy and the costs of dollarization pp. 482-517
Stephanie Schmitt-Grohé and Martín Uribe
Optimal exchange rate policy: the influence of price setting and asset markets pp. 518-547
Charles Engel
Dollarization and the integration of international capital markets; a contribution to the theory of optimal currency areas pp. 548-596
Valerie Bencivenga, Elisabeth Huybens and Bruce Smith
Fiscal consequences for Mexico of adopting the dollar pp. 597-625
Christopher Sims
Dollarization and the Mexican labor market pp. 626-647
George Borjas and Eric Fisher
Optimal central bank areas, financial intermediation, and Mexican dollarization pp. 648-668
Alan Stockman

2000, issue Aug

What should central banks do?; a conference sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Oct. 27-29, 1999
Joseph Haubrich and Special Issue


Financial fragility and Mexico's 1994 peso crisis: an event-window analysis of market-valuation effects pp. 450-473
Berry Wilson, Anthony Saunders and Gerard Caprio
Banking crises and bank rescues: the effect of reputation pp. 474-517
Jenny Corbett and Janet Mitchell
Deposit insurance and lender-of-last-resort functions pp. 518-579
Christopher Sleet and Bruce Smith
Who should act as lender of last resort? an incomplete contracts model pp. 580-610
Rafael Repullo
Systemic risk, interbank relations, and liquidity provision by the central bank pp. 611-640
Xavier Freixas, Bruno Parigi and Jean Rochet
Comparing market and supervisory assessments of bank performance: who knows what when? pp. 641-670
Allen Berger, Sally M. Davies and Mark Flannery
Incentives for banking megamergers: what motives might regulators infer from event-study evidence? pp. 671-705
Edward Kane

1999, issue Aug

The role of central banks in money and payments systems; a conference sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, October 28-30, 1998
David Altig and Special Issue


Inside and outside money as alternative media of exchange pp. 443-468
Ricardo de O. Cavalcanti and Neil Wallace
Private money pp. 469-499
Stephen Williamson
Demandable debt as a means of payment: banknotes versus checks pp. 500-530
Charles Kahn and William Roberds
Financial fragility with rational and irrational exuberance pp. 531-567
Roger Lagunoff and Stacey Schreft
Redemption costs and interest rates under the U.S. National Banking System pp. 568-595
Bruce Champ, Scott Freeman and Warren Weber
Can the financial markets privately regulate risk? The development of derivatives clearinghouses and recent over-the-counter innovations pp. 596-623
Randall S. Kroszner
Private money creation and the Suffolk Banking System pp. 624-667
Bruce Smith and Warren Weber
Panel discussion: thoughts on the future of payments and central banking pp. 668-681
Edward Green, James McAndrews, Arthur J. Rolnick and James Thomson

1998, issue Aug

Moral hazard under commercial and universal banking pp. 426-471
John H. Boyd, Chun Chang and Bruce Smith
An international comparison of banks' equity returns pp. 472-499
Kathryn Dewenter and Alan C. Hess
Intermediation and vertical integration pp. 500-523
Mitchell Berlin and Loretta Mester
The past and future of commercial banking viewed through an incomplete contract lens pp. 524-550
Raghuram Rajan
Payment systems with random matching and private information pp. 551-572
Stephen Williamson
A contracting-theory intepretation of the origins of Federal deposit insurance pp. 573-595
Edward Kane and Berry Wilson
The legal environment, banks, and long-run economic growth pp. 596-620
Ross Levine
Banking in transition economies: does efficiency require instability? pp. 621-655
Gary Gorton and Andrew Winton
Comparative financial systems: a conference sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, November 5-7, 1997
Joseph Haubrich and Special Issue
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