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441: What are large U.S. banks doing in taxable money market mutual funds?
Edward Kane
440: The new tool set: assessing innovations in banking -- securitization of small business loans
Cynthia A. Glassman
439: Assessing innovations in banking
Frank L. Gentry
438: Innovation and banking risk
Richard S. Carnell
437: Derivatives: are we better off as a result of the growth in this industry?
Warren G. Heller
436: Financial innovations and deposit insurance
Ricki Tigert Helfer
435: Financial innovations and the supervision of financial institutions
Alan Greenspan
434: An empirical analysis of the costs of regulatory compliance
Jess C. Beltz and Anjan Thakor
433: Remarks on banking after FDICIA
Karen D. Shaw
432: New private sector deposit insurance
Warren G. Heller
431: The meaning of FDICIA
Harrison Young
430: Remarks on FDICIA
Richard L. Thomas
429: FDICIA: renaissance or requiem?
George G. Kaufman
428: Remarks on FDICIA
William M. Isaac
427: The implications of FDICIA for bank management
Lawrence Connell
426: Politics of deposit insurance reform: the case of Argentina
Geoffrey P. Miller
425: Deposit guarantees, nonperforming loans, and the postal savings system in Japan
Thomas Cargill
424: Corporate-finance benefits from universal banking: Germany and the United States, 1870-1917
Charles Calomiris
423: The banking crises in the Scandinavian countries
Sigbjorn Atle Berg
422: A theory of optimal forbearance
Ary, Robert A. Eisenbeis, S. Nagarajan and C. W. Sealey
421: Capital forbearance and thrifts: an ex post examination of regulatory gambling
Ary, Ramon Degennaro, Robert A. Eisenbeis and James Thomson
420: The efficiency effects of bank mergers: rationale for a case study approach and preliminary findings
Stephen A. Rhoades
419: The strategy of a merger: Fleet and Bank of New England
Dwight B. Crane and Jane C. Linder
418: The role of mortgage banks in the Chicago metropolitan area
Constance R. Dunham
417: Lender consistency in housing credit markets
Robert B. Avery, Patricia E. Beeson and Mark S. Sniderman
416: Loan sales, implicit contracts, and bank structure
Ary, Joseph Haubrich, Raghuram G. Rajan and James Thomson
415: Pricing bank loans
Ary, Gary Gorton, James Kahn and Raghuram G. Rajan
414: Bridge financing, delegated monitoring and corporate debt policy
Andrew Chen, Mao-Wei Hung, Sumon C. Mazumdar and Raghuram G. Rajan
413: Managerial turnover and discretionary accounting decisions in banks with concentrated ownership
Drew Dahl
412: Partial market value accounting: bank capital volatility, and bank risk
Mark S. Carey
411: The importance of accurate bank accounting under FDICIA
Allen Berger
410: Rents, regulation and risk-taking in the banking industry
Thomas Noe, Michael J. Rebello and Larry Wall
409: Project choice, moral hazard, and optimal subsidiary structure for intermediaries
Charles Kahn
408: Increased risk-taking versus local economic conditions as causes of bank failures
William Emmons
407: The effect of capital on portfolio risk at life insurance companies
Elijah Brewer, Thomas H. Mondschean and Philip E. Strahan
406: Impact of capital requirements on the behavior of banks and its macroeconomic implication: Japan's experience
Ryoichi Shinagawa
405: Domestic and international capital standards and bank assets
Diana Hancock and James A. Wilcox
404: Risk-based capital and bank growth
Herbert L. Baer and John N. McElravey
403: BIF loss exposure: a simple actuarial approach
George E. French
402: Estimating BIF losses: secrets to accurate forecasting
Bert Ely
401: Estimating BIF losses: a discussion of various methods
Philip F. Bartholomew and Thomas J. Lutton
400: Systemic risk in interbank markets
Patrick M. Parkinson
399: Swaps and systemic risk in interbank markets
Merton Miller
398: The role of regulation in system stability
Wendy L. Gramm
397: Comments on systemic risk
Malcolm P. Basing
396: The banking crisis in perspective
L. William Seidman
395: The outlook for banking: is the crisis over?
George M. Salem
394: Dangers of a bifurcating bank system
Edward Kane
393: Back to the basics
John G. Heimann
392: FDICIA and the future of banking law and regulation
Alan Greenspan
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