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1091: Summary of "subprime outcomes: risky mortgages, homeownership experiences, and foreclosures"
Kristopher Gerardi, Adam Shapiro and Paul Willen
1090: Addressing mortgage market problems
Kieran P. Quinn
1089: The Northern Rock crisis: a multi-dimensional problem waiting to happen
David T. Llewellyn
1088: The U.S. subprime crisis: lessons for regulations
Richard J. Herring
1087: Some thoughts on where securitization is going
Jason H. P. Kravitt
1086: Comments on a credit market turmoil: causes, consequences, and cures
Joe L. Price
1085: Navigating through the market turmoil
James E. Rohr
1084: Summary of \\"Expanding credit access: using randomized supply decisions to estimate the impacts\\"
Dean Karlan and Jonathan Zinman
1083: How household fare after payday credit banks
Donald Morgan and Michael Strain
1082: Institutional investors, credit supply uncertainty, and the leverage of the firm
Massimo Massa, Ayako Yasuda and Lei Zhang
1081: Lender control and the role of private equity group reputation in buyout financing
Cem Demiroglu and Christopher M. James
1080: Lending relationships and information rents: do banks exploit their information advantages
Carola Schenone
1079: Summary of \\"benefits of relationship banking: evidence from consumer credit markets\\"
Sumit Agarwal, Souphala Chomsisengphet and Chunlin Liu
1078: Session on financial structure: discussion
Robert DeYoung
1077: How effective is federal legislation? differential interstate branching restrictions and bank lending
Tara Rice and Philip E. Strahan
1076: Summary \\"how do financial frictions shape the product market? evidence from mortgage originations\\"
James Vickery
1075: An outlook for subprime mortgages
Shane Sherlund
1074: Summary of \\"the consequences of mortgage credit expansion\\"
Atif Mian and Amir Sufi
1073: Why ABS and CDO rating substantially differ from corporate bond rating
Joseph R. Mason
1072: Which banks sponsored ABCP vehicles and why?
Carlos Arteta, Mark S. Carey, Ricardo Correa and Jason Kotter
1071: May you live in interesting times: the sequel
William Dudley
1070: Risk management in financial institutions
Ben Bernanke
1069: Measuring the individual-level effects of access to credit: evidence from payday loans
Paige M. Skiba and Jeremy Tobacman
1068: How bank regulation, supervision, and lender identity impact loan pricing: a cross-country comparison - summary
Li Hao, Debarshi Nandy and Gordon S. Roberts
1067: The separation of banking and commerce revisited
Robert C. Eager and Cantwell F. Muckenfuss
1066: U.S. households and the mixing of banking and commerce
Camden R. Fine
1065: Banking and commerce: 1 + 1 = 0
Mark J. Tenhundfeld
1064: Implementing Gramm-Leach-Bliley
Christopher Cox
1063: The fourth wave - the mixing of banking and commerce
Sheila C. Bair
1062: The bank structure conference through the years: a special conference session sponsored by the Journal of Financial Services Research
Douglas Evanoff and Haluk Ulak
1061: Basel 1A and Basel II: potential benefits and pitfalls
Robert R. Davis
1060: Basel II and risk management in financial markets
Gary Wilhite
1059: An IMF perspective on the challenges and opportunities of the Basel II
Jaime Caruana
1058: Bank ownership, market structure, and risk
Gianni De Nicolo and Elena Loukoianova
1057: A summary of \\"Federal Home Loan Bank advances and commercial bank portfolio composition\\"
W Frame, Diana Hancock and Wayne Passmore
1056: The bank as grim reaper: debt composition and recoveries on defaulted debt
Mark S. Carey and Michael Gordy
1055: Explaining house price fluctuations
Christian Hott
1054: A summary of: \\"Do households benefit from financial deregulation and innovation? the case of mortgage market\\"
Kristopher Gerardi, Harvey Rosen and Paul Willen
1053: Banks, distances, and financing constraints for firms
Pietro Alessandrini, Andrea Presbitero and Alberto Zazzaro
1052: Distance and information asymmetries in lending decisions
Sumit Agarwal and Robert Hauswald
1051: The information content of bank loan covenants
Cem Demiroglu and Christopher M. James
1050: The effect of creditor control rights on firm investment policy: evidence from private credit agreements
Gregory P. Nini, David C. Smith and Amir Sufi
1049: Lending relationships and loan contract terms: does size matter?
Sreedhar T. Bharath, Sandeep Dahiya and Anthony Saunders
1048: Rules, discretion, and loan rates
Geraldo Cerqueiro, Hans Degryse and Steven Ongena
1047: The value of location in bank competition: examining the effect of Wal-Mart branches
Robert M. Adams, Robert B. Avery and Ron Borzekowski
1046: The last frontier: the integration of banking and commerce in the U.S
Hsin-Yu Liang, Alan K. Reichert and Larry Wall
1045: The union of banking and commerce: a bridge too far, or just another turn in the road?
Thomas F. Huertas
1044: The mixing of commerce and banking
James A. Leach
1043: Basel II implementation in the United States
Roger T. Cole
1042: Basel II: a contracting perspective
Edward Kane
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