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Prudential Supervision: What Works and What Doesn't

Frederic Mishkin ()

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JEL-codes: G2 D7 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2001
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Chapters in this book:

Prudential Supervision: Why Is It Important and What Are the Issues? , pp 1-30 Downloads
Frederic Mishkin
Banking Systems around the Globe: Do Regulation and Ownership Affect Performance and Stability? , pp 31-96 Downloads
James Barth, Gerard Caprio and Ross Levine
Supervising Large Complex Banking Organizations: Adapting to Change , pp 97-106 Downloads
Laurence H. Meyer
Market Discipline in the Governance of U.S. Bank Holding Companies: Monitoring versus Influencing , pp 107-146 Downloads
Robert R. Bliss and Mark Flannery
Can Emerging Market Bank Regulators Establish Credible Discipline? The Case of Argentina, 1992-99 , pp 147-196 Downloads
Charles Calomiris and Andrew Powell
Dimensions of Credit Risk and Their Relationship to Economic Capital Requirements , pp 197-232 Downloads
Mark Carey
Obstacles to Optimal Policy: The Interplay of Politics and Economics in Shaping Bank Supervision and Regulation Reforms , pp 233-272 Downloads
Randall S. Kroszner and Philip E. Strahan
Synergies between Bank Supervision and Monetary Policy: Implications for the Design of Bank Regulatory Structure , pp 273-300 Downloads
Joe Peek, Eric Rosengren and Geoffrey Tootell
Did U.S. Bank Supervisors Get Tougher during the Credit Crunch? Did They Get Easier during the Banking Boom? Did It Matter to Bank Lending? , pp 301-356 Downloads
Allen Berger, Margaret Kyle and Joseph M. Scalise

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