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241: Raiders, junk bonds, and risk
Roger Craine and Douglas Steigerwald
240: Going public: the advantages of using an investment banker's premarketing services
Lawrence M. Benveniste and Paul A. Spindt
239: Commercial banks and securities markets: lessons of the 1920s and 1930s for the 1980s and 1990s
Eugene White
238: Taking a new look at some old banking lessons
Arthur J. Rolnick
237: Public policy and the evolution of banking markets
Gary Gorton
236: The performance of the Canadian banking system, 1920-1940
Lawrence Kryzanowski and Gordon S. Roberts
235: Success and failure in pre-depression bank liability insurance
Charles Calomiris
234: The lender of last resort: some historical insights
Michael Bordo
233: The Fed's failure to act as lender of last resort during the Great Depression, 1929-1933
David Wheelock
232: Consequences of going private buyouts for public debt and preferred stock: 1974-1985
Laurentius Marais, Katherine Schipper and Abbie Smith
231: Valuation effects of new capital issues by large bank holding companies
Larry Wall
230: Deposit insurance, risk, and market power in banking
Michael C. Keeley
229: Pricing deposit insurance when the insurer measures risk with error
Mark Flannery
228: The real and imaginary risks of leveraged buyout lending
Joseph A. Manganello
227: Comments on corporate debt
Ben Bernanke
226: Bank risk: a status report
Daryl R. Leehaug
225: Firewalls and the structure of the future
Dennis Weatherstone
224: Altering incentives in an evolving depository system: safe banking for the 1990s
Manuel H. Johnson
223: Government and banking: some historical perspectives on present problems
Carter H. Golembe
222: Banking system risk: charting a new course
Silas Keehn
221: Financial restructuring--where do we go from here?
Kenneth E. Scott
220: Will firewalls reduce risk?
S. Waite Rawls
219: The future of banking: are \\"narrow\\" banks the answer?
Robert Litan
218: Is securities brokerage the future of banking?
Donald J. Crawford
217: Prudential supervision to manage systemic vulnerability
Jack Guttentag and Richard J. Herring
216: Technology, regulation and the financial services industry in the year 2000
Bert Ely
215: Lessons of the past and prospects for the future in lender of last resort theory
Walker F. Todd
214: Bank securities powers: are there diversification gains?
Myron L. Kwast
213: The profitability and risk effects of allowing bank holding companies to merge with other financial firms: a simulation study
John H. Boyd and Stanley L. Graham
212: Loan loss reserves and stock market valuations of financial institutions
Wayne Passmore
211: The international debt crisis and bank security returns surrounding Citicorp's loan-loss-reserve decision of May 19, 1987
James J. Musumeci and Joseph F. Sinkey
210: Bank failure: an evaluation of the factors contributing to the failure of national banks
Fred C. Graham and James E. Horner
209: Relatedness in financial services
Eileen M. Friars
208: Economies of scale and scope in the securities industry: a model using survey data from New York securities firms
Lawrence G. Goldberg, Gerald Hanweck, Michael Kennan and Allan Young
207: Bank securities activities: current position and future prospects: current position and future prospects
George G. Kaufman and Larry R. Mote
206: Implementing a fail-proof banking system
Robert J. Lawrence and Samuel H. Talley
205: Insulation of banking from nonbanking: an empirical investigation
George E. French and Eric Hirschhorn
204: Insulating banks from risks run by nonbank affiliates
Samuel B. Chase
203: Corporate separateness
Roger D. Rutz
202: Risk-based capital and off-balance sheet activities
Robert B. Avery and Allen Berger
201: An analysis of bank hedging in futures markets
Gary D. Koppenhaver
200: Off-balance sheet activities and the underinvestment problem in banking
Christopher M. James
199: Ownership structure, deregulation, and bank risk taking
Anthony Saunders, Elizabeth Strock and Nickolaos G. Travlos
198: The market's evaluation of bank risk: a methodological approach
Gary Gorton and Anthony M. Santomero
197: Parameter variability, event studies, and the two-index model
Edward Kane and Haluk Unal
196: Contagion effects and banks closed in the free banking period
Gerald Dwyer and Iftekhar Hasan
195: A re-examination of the history of bank failures, contagion, and banking panics
R. Gilbert
194: Capital requirements and optimal bank portfolios: a reexamination
William P. Osterberg and James Thomson
193: Bank capital regulation in the 1980s: effective or ineffective?
Michael C. Keeley
192: Risk-based capital adequacy standards for a sample of 43 major banks
Ehud I. Ronn and Avinash K. Verma
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