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391: Analyzing developments in the life insurance industry--commercial mortgage investment
Nathaniel B. Cabanilla
390: The private placement market: intermediation, life insurance companies, and a credit crunch
Mark S. Carey, John Rea and Gregory Udell
389: Announcements of asset-quality problems and stock returns: the case of life insurance companies
George W. Fenn
388: The future of the insurance industry
Richard H. Jenrette
387: The status and future of the insurance industry
William H. McCartney
386: The insurance industry: a view from the investment community
Weston M. Hicks
385: The solvency of the insurance industry
Scott E. Harrington
384: Comments on banking and commerce: lessons from Japan
Franklin R. Edwards
383: Deregulation and competition in Japanese banking
Allen B. Frankel and Paul B. Morgan
382: Lessons from the Japanese main bank system for financial system reform in Poland
Takeo Hoshi, Anil Kashyap and Gary W. Loveman
381: Evidence on Japanese corporate ownership
Stephen D. Prowse
380: Agency costs and the firm's ownership structure: the Japanese evidence
Sun Bae Kim
379: Competition, efficiency, and the future of the banking industry
Allen Berger and David B. Humphrey
378: Under what circumstances do bank mergers improve efficiency?
Alden L. Toevs
377: An empirical examination of the market for corporate control in the banking sector
Paul A. Spindt and Vefa Tarhan
376: Consolidation and bank behavior
Mark Lynch
375: The 1992 agency horizontal merger guidelines and the Department of Justice's approach to bank merger analysis
Margaret E. Guerin-Calvert and Janusz A. Ordover
374: Spatial variation in construction loan pricing at commercial banks
James T. Fergus and Frank E. Nothaft
373: The effect on bank assets of business conditions and capital shortfalls
Diana Hancock and James A. Wilcox
372: Bank capital regulation and the New England credit crunch
Joe Peek and Eric Rosengren
371: The New England credit crunch
Richard F. Syron
370: The credit crunch: a monetarist's perspective
Jerry L. Jordan
369: The bank credit crunch
Ben Bernanke
368: The credit slowdown of 1989-1991: the role of supply and demand
Patrick J. Corcoran
367: The macroeconomic impact of bank regulatory policies
Harvey Rosenblum
366: Determinants of bank competitiveness in short-term business lending
Elizabeth Laderman
365: The size of the banking industry and managerial entrenchment
Gary Gorton and Richard Rosen
364: Commercial banks are not obsolete and the Federal Government should stop trying to make them so
Bert Ely
363: The SEC and financial deregulation
Pawan Bareja and W. Wayne Marr
362: Nonbanks and the future of banking
Gary Gorton and George Pennacchi
361: A banker's perspective
David J. Vitale
360: Securitization: what's next?
John B. Caouette
359: Remarks on inside information in banking
Charles Calomiris
358: Some evidence on the separation of commercial and investment banking
Randall S. Kroszner and Raghuram Rajan
357: Competition for more than one class of borrowers using difference credit-worthiness tests
Larry Wall
356: Sources of value in lines of credit: evidence from the lender's perspective
M. Cary Collins, Ramon Degennaro, Fayez A. Elayan and James W. Wansley
355: Regulation banks' interest rate risk when interest rates are stochastic and equity has limited liability
Jin-Chuan Duan, Arthur F. Moreau and C. W. Sealey
354: Measurement of interest rate risk for depository institution capital requirements and preliminary tests of a simplified approach
James M. O'Brien
353: A market evaluation of the importance of considering non-credit risk in setting risk-based capital standards
Lawrence R. Cordell and Kathleen Kuester King
352: Discussant comments on regulatory intervention
R. Gilbert
351: FSLIC forbearance and the thrift debacle
George J. Benston and Mike Carhill
350: Bank failure resolution, the cost test and the entry and exit of resources in the banking industry
Frederick S. Carns and Lynn A. Nejezchleb
349: The implementation of prompt corrective action
David S. Jones and Kathleen Kuester King
348: Incentive conflict in deposit-insurance regulation: evidence from Australia
Edward Kane and George G. Kaufman
347: Is regulation an impediment to success in financial services?
Gary C. Wendt
346: Assessing the cost of government guarantees
Richard L. Cooperstein, F. Stevens Redburn and Justine Farr Rodriguez
345: The economic implications of the declining importance of banks
E. Gerald Corrigan
344: Putting FDICIA in perspective
Alan Greenspan
343: Remarks on future bank profitability
Jonathan P. Moynihan
342: Deregulation and profitability
Philip F. Bartholomew and Larry R. Mote
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