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141: Clubs, markets, and variations on a theme by Senator Glass
Alex J. Pollock
140: Financial innovation: opportunities, risk, and regulation
John G. Heimann
139: Financial innovations and the merging of commercial and investment banking activities
William J. McDonough
138: Introductory remarks on the merging of commercial and investment banking
Martha R. Seger
137: The customer is always right: the case for functional regulation of financial services
Hans H. Angermueller
136: Geographic deregulation of banking: an analysis of the impact
Douglas Evanoff and Diana Fortier
135: The effect of multi-bank holding companies on bank funds
Donald M. Brown and Jude Naes
134: Declining profitability at small commercial banks: a temporary development or a secular trend?
Lynn A. Nejezchleb
133: Public policy toward interstate bank mergers: the case of concern
Peter C. Carstensen
132: Public policy implications of legislation limiting the growth of interstate banks
Geoffrey P. Miller
131: Interstate banking game plans
Christine A. Pavel and David Phillis
130: The role of border states in the interstate landscape: forecast and implications
Larry A. Frieder
129: The use of economic models in banking
Roy E. Moor
128: The importance of economic tools for decision making in large banks
David A. Walker
127: Franchising: the alliance alternative
John C. Dean
126: Effective utilization of a bank holding company
Stanley M. Huggins
125: Strategic niche and the profitability of banking
Wayne Passmore
124: The regulation of futures
Robert Wilmouth
123: Regulation of asset sales, futures and interest rate swaps
Joseph S. Lenchner
122: Interest rate swaps
Owen Carney
121: Credit-lines for new instruments: swaps. over-the-counter options, forwards and floor-ceiling agreements
Marcelle V. Arak, Laurie Goodman and Arthur Rones
120: The market perception of bank off balance sheet activities
Elijah Brewer, Gary D. Koppenhaver and Donald H. Wilson
119: An empirical analysis if standby letters of credit
Lawrence M. Benveniste and Allen Berger
118: Off-balance-sheet activity: a growing concern?
James Chessen
117: Valuing conjectural government guarantees of FNMA liabilities
Chester Foster and Edward Kane
116: Estimating portfolio net worth values and interest rate risk in savings institutions
Dennis E. Bennett, Roger Lundstrom and Donald G. Simonson
115: Current-value accounting: feasibility for financial institutions
David Lereah
114: Deposit insurance, capital regulation, and bank risk
Evelyn F. Carroll and Jane Kise
113: A risk-based capital adequacy rule: the futures industry perspective
Paul Burik
112: Developing a risk-related premium structure for deposit insurance
Eric Hirschhorn
111: Banking risk and the investor
Harry W. Keefe
110: Risk from a banker's viewpoint
George J. Vojta
109: Banking risk in historical perspective
George G. Kaufman
108: Contagious bank runs, financial structure and corporate separateness within a bank holding company
Mark Flannery
107: An analysis of the concept of corporate separateness in BHC regulation from an economic perspective
Anthony Cornyn, Gerald Hanweck, Stephen A. Rhoades and John T. Rose
106: The effects of multimarket contact on savings and loan behavior
Loretta Mester
105: Rival stock price reactions to large BHC acquisition announcements: evidence of linked oligopoly?
Richard L. Mugel and Gary Whalen
104: Is board composition a substitute for an active takeover market in banking?
James Brickley and Christopher M. James
103: The wealth effects of regulatory intervention surrounding the bailout of Continental Illinois
John M. Harris, James R. Scott and Joseph F. Sinkey
102: The effect of bank risk on the price and availability of uninsured deposits
Herbert L. Baer and Elijah Brewer
101: Capitalization, off-balance sheet liabilities and the cost of bank failures
Richard W. Nelson and Sherrill Shaffer
100: The big bust: the 1930-33 banking collapse -- its causes, its lessons
Bert Ely
99: Maintaining comparative advantage in an information society
Walter B. Wriston
98: Competitive inequities in the financial markets
William M. Isaac
97: Competition for MMDAs
Michael C. Keeley and Gary Zimmerman
96: Some evidence on bank holding company regulation: the question of expansion into the insurance business
Tim S. Campbell, J. Kimball Dietrich and Mark I. Weinstein
95: Intra- and interindustry effects of bank securities market activities: the case of discount brokerage
Anthony Saunders and Michael Smirlock
94: Foreign lending, disclosure and the Mexican debt crisis
Howard Kaufold and Michael Smirlock
93: Money managers and bank liquidity
Alan E. Grunewald and Alex J. Pollock
92: An analytical framework for improved disclosure in banking
Gary G. Gilbert
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