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341: Can banks profitably fund mortgages?
Wayne Passmore
340: Interstate banking and competition
Elizabeth Laderman and Randall Pozdena
339: The link between merger premiums and subsequent target bank risk
J. Amanda Adkisson and Donald R. Fraser
338: Deposit premiums of failed banks: implications for the values of deposits and bank franchises
James A. Berkovec and J. Nellie Liang
337: Market value accounting and bank income volatility: some evidence from the investment account
Jonathan Jones, Robert Nachtmann and Frederick J. Phillips-Patrick
336: How market value accounting would affect banks
David L. Mengle and John R. Walter
335: A simple approach to better deposit insurance pricing
Sarah B. Kendall and Mark E. Levonian
334: The impact of premium rates and rebates on the solvency of the FDIC Reserve Fund: an empirical approach
Sherrill Shaffer
333: Early intervention practices in Canada
Ronald A. McKinlay
332: Reforming deposit insurance: the Danish case
Randall Pozdena
331: Early intervention in the securities industry
Michael A. Macchiaroli
330: Current proposals for early intervention
Raymond Natter
329: Implementing early intervention
George G. Kaufman
328: Market discipline in banking
Allen Berger
327: Subordinated debt market information and the pricing of deposit insurance
Carolin D. Schellhorn and Lewis J. Spellman
326: Standby letters of credit and bank capital: evidence of market disciplines
Gary D. Koppenhaver and Roger D. Stover
325: Dealing with poorly capitalized banks from the perspective of the deposit insurance agency
George J. Benston
324: Supervision of undercapitalized banks: is there a case for change?
R. Gilbert
323: Moral hazard, equity issuance and recoveries of undercapitalized banks
Drew Dahl and Michael F. Spivey
322: Risk and capitalization in banking
Douglas A. McManus and Richard Rosen
321: What happens if banks are closed \\"early\\"?
Mark E. Levonian
320: The management reward structure and risk-taking behavior. of U.S. commercial banks
Helena M. Mullins
319: Executive compensation and corporate performance: evidence from thrift institutions
Rebel Cole and Hamid Mehran
318: Moral hazard and franchise value: theory and evidence
Myron L. Kwast
317: Empirically assessing the role of moral hazard in increasing the risk exposure of Texas banks
Jeffery W. Gunther and Kenneth Robinson
316: Risk taking behavior of banking firms
Simon Kwan
315: The asset flexibility option and the value of deposit insurance
Ramon Degennaro, Anlong Li, Peter H. Ritchken and James Thomson
314: The impact of reform on community banks
Kenneth A. Guenther
313: Assessing the current legislative proposals for deposit insurance
John C. Dugan
312: Dissecting current legislative proposals for deposit insurance reform
Edward Kane
311: Comments on deposit insurance reform
Thomas C. Theobald
310: BIF: still solvent after all these years?
John F. Bovenzi
309: Assessing the condition of the Bank Insurance Fund
Philip F. Bartholomew and Thomas J. Lutton
308: Short and long snapshots of the U.S. banking industry
Robert Litan
307: The condition of the Bank Insurance Fund: a view from Washington
Gillian Garcia
306: Challenges to banks for the nineties and beyond
Barry F. Sullivan
305: The three \\"R's\\" of banking
Eugene A. Miller
304: The future of banking: a joint venture
John P. LaWare
303: The future of the banking industry
George M. Salem
302: Strategies for revitalizing the banking industry
A. W. Clausen
301: Banking in the 21st Century
Alan Greenspan
300: Regulation in a global market context
Edward Kane
299: Globalization of markets
Stephen H. Axilrod
298: Futures in the nineties: confronting globalization
William J. Brodsky
297: Remarks on globalization and public policy
Richard L. Thomas
296: The financial competitiveness implications
Robert H. Dugger, Cynthia A. Glassman, Charles F. Haywood and Robert W. Strand
295: Financial structure in a changing regulatory environment: Europe after 1992
Forrest H. Capie and Geoffrey E. Wood
294: The cost of capital for banks in international competition
Robert McCauley and Steven A. Zimmer
293: Capital positions of Japanese banks
Asli Demirguc-Kunt, Edward Kane and Haluk Unal
292: The evolution of Japanese banking: isolation to globalization
Thomas Cargill and Shoichi Royama
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