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Economic Policy Review

1995 - 2019

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2019

The Long Road to Recovery: New York Schools in the Aftermath of the Great Recession Downloads
Rajashri Chakrabarti and Max Livingston
Understanding the Evolution of Student Loan Balances and Repayment Behavior: Do Institution Type and Degree Matter? Downloads
Meta Brown, Basit Zafar, Wilbert Van der Klaauw and Rajashri Chakrabarti
Why Are Some Places So Much More Unequal Than Others? Downloads
Richard Deitz and Jaison R. Abel

2018

The political origins of Section 13(3) of the Federal Reserve Act pp. 1-33 Downloads
Parinitha Sastry
Negative swap spreads pp. 1-14 Downloads
Nick Steele, Nina Boyarchenko, Jacqueline Yen and Pooja Gupta
Introduction to Special Issue: The Appropriate Role of Government in U.S. Mortgage Markets pp. 1-10 Downloads
Joseph Tracy and W Frame
GSE guarantees, financial stability, and home equity accumulation pp. 11-27 Downloads
Wayne Passmore and Alexander H. von Hafften
Trends in credit basis spreads pp. 15-37 Downloads
Pooja Gupta, Jacqueline Yen, Nick Steele and Nina Boyarchenko
The FHA and the GSEs as countercyclical tools in the mortgage markets pp. 28-40 Downloads
Shane Sherlund and Wayne Passmore
Tracking and stress-testing U.S. household leverage pp. 35-63 Downloads
Andreas Fuster, Benedict Guttman-Kenney and Andrew Haughwout
The pre-crisis monetary policy implementation framework pp. 38-70 Downloads
Asani Sarkar, John McGowan and Alexander Kroeger
Pricing government credit: a new method for determining government credit risk exposure pp. 41-62 Downloads
Brent Ambrose and Zhongyi Yuan
Peas in a pod? Comparing the U.S. and Danish mortgage finance systems pp. 63-87 Downloads
Jesper Berg, James Vickery and Morten Bækmand Nielsen
Review of New York Fed studies on the effects of post-crisis banking reforms pp. 71-90 Downloads
Richard Crump and Joao Santos
Credit risk transfer and de facto GSE reform pp. 88-116 Downloads
David Finkelstein, Andreas Strzodka and James Vickery
Credit risk transfer, informed markets, and securitization pp. 117-137 Downloads
Susan Wachter
Housing affordability: recommendations for new research to guide policy pp. 138-144 Downloads
Jane K. Dokko
Long-term outcomes of FHA first-time homebuyers pp. 145-165 Downloads
Joseph Tracy and Donghoon Lee

2017

Macroprudential policy: a case study from a tabletop exercise pp. 1-30 Downloads
Tobias Adrian, Emily Yang, Patrick de Fontnouvelle and Andrei Zlate
The New York Fed Staff Underlying Inflation Gauge (UIG) pp. 1-32 Downloads
Marlene Amstad, Simon Potter and Robert Rich
A tale of two states: the recession’s impact on N.Y. and N.J. school finances pp. 30-42 Downloads
Ravi Bhalla, Max Livingston and Rajashri Chakrabarti
The development of the Government Securities Clearing Corporation pp. 33-50 Downloads
Jeffrey F. Ingber
The effect of “regular and predictable” issuance on Treasury bill financing pp. 43-56 Downloads
Allen Zhang, Paul Glasserman and Amit Sirohi
An overview of the Survey of Consumer Expectations pp. 51-72 Downloads
Basit Zafar, Wilbert van der Klaauw, Olivier Armantier and Giorgio Topa
Supervising large, complex financial institutions: what do supervisors do? pp. 57-77 Downloads
Anna Kovner, David Lucca, Thomas Eisenbach, Beverly Hirtle, Andrew Haughwout and Matthew Plosser

2016

Introduction and appendix to Behavioral Risk Management in the Financial Services Industry: The Role of Culture, Governance, and Financial Reporting pp. 1-2 Downloads
Hamid Mehran
Corporate culture in banking pp. 5-16 Downloads
Anjan Thakor
The Gordon Gekko effect: the role of culture in the financial industry pp. 17-42 Downloads
Andrew Lo
Risk management, governance, culture, and risk taking in banks pp. 43-60 Downloads
René Stulz
Deferred cash compensation: enhancing stability in the financial services industry pp. 61-75 Downloads
Hamid Mehran and Joseph Tracy
Cash holdings and bank compensation pp. 77-83 Downloads
Hamid Mehran, Viral Acharya and Rangarajan K. Sundaram
Bank corporate governance: a proposal for the post-crisis world pp. 85-105 Downloads
Jonathan R. Macey and Maureen O'Hara
The role of financial reporting and transparency in corporate governance pp. 107-128 Downloads
Christopher S. Armstrong, Joseph P. Weber, Wayne R. Guay and Hamid Mehran
Transparency, accounting discretion, and bank stability pp. 129-149 Downloads
Robert M. Bushman
Public disclosure and risk-adjusted performance at bank holding companies pp. 151-173 Downloads
Beverly Hirtle

2015

Introduction [to A Primer on the GCF Repo® Service] pp. 1-6 Downloads
Adam Copeland
Challenges in identifying interbank loans pp. 1-17 Downloads
Olivier Armantier and Adam Copeland
The financial plumbing of the GCF Repo® Service pp. 7-24 Downloads
Paul Agueci, Caroline Prugar, Leyla Alkan, Tyisha Rivas, Adam Copeland and Kate Pingitore
Do we know what we owe? Consumer debt as reported by borrowers and lenders pp. 19-44 Downloads
Andrew Haughwout, Meta Brown, Donghoon Lee and Wilbert van der Klaauw
An empirical analysis of the GCF Repo® Service pp. 25-37 Downloads
Antoine Martin, Adam Copeland and Isaac Davis
The equity risk premium: a review of models pp. 39-57 Downloads
Fernando Duarte and Carlo Rosa
The Great Recession’s impact on school district finances in New York State pp. 45-66 Downloads
Max Livingston, Elizabeth Setren and Rajashri Chakrabarti

2014

Do big banks have lower operating costs? pp. 1-27 Downloads
Lily Zhou, Anna Kovner and James Vickery
Literature review on the stability of funding models pp. 3-16 Downloads
Tanju Yorulmazer
Case studies on disruptions during the crisis pp. 17-28 Downloads
Tanju Yorulmazer
Stability of funding models: an analytical framework pp. 29-47 Downloads
James McAndrews, Todd Keister, Thomas Eisenbach and Tanju Yorulmazer
Evidence from the bond market on banks’ “Too-Big-to-Fail” subsidy pp. 29-39 Downloads
Joao Santos
Do \\"Too-Big-to-Fail\\" banks take on more risk? pp. 41-58 Downloads
Joao Santos, Gara Afonso and James Traina
Components of U.S. financial sector growth, 1950-2013 pp. 59-83 Downloads
Samuel Antill, Asani Sarkar and David Hou
Evolution in bank complexity pp. 85-106 Downloads
James McAndrews, James Traina and Nicola Cetorelli
Measures of global bank complexity pp. 107-126 Downloads
Nicola Cetorelli and Linda Goldberg
Matching collateral supply and financing demands in dealer banks pp. 127-151 Downloads
Parinitha Sastry, Adam Kirk, Phillip Weed and James McAndrews
Bank resolution concepts, trade-offs, and changes in practices pp. 153-173 Downloads
Tanju Yorulmazer and Phoebe White
Why bail-in? And how! pp. 207-228 Downloads
Joseph H. Sommer
What makes large bank failures so messy and what should be done about it? pp. 229-244 Downloads
Tanju Yorulmazer, Donald Morgan, Joao Santos and James McAndrews
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