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991: Statement of corporate pension fund accounts
Dennis E. Logue
990: Challenges facing the benefit system
Bradley D. Belt
989: Regulatory risk
Wayne A. Abernathy
988: A bank regulator's view of retail lending
Catharine Lemieux
987: Best practices in consumer lending: using sophisticated marketing to earn high ROI
Robert M. Tetenbaum
986: The science of pricing in middle market commercial lending
Rick Spitler
985: Providing banking services in a small and rural market
Jeff Plagge
984: The art of asset-based lending
Michael D. Sharkey
983: Management and supervision of reputation risk in large banking organizations
Julie Williams
982: Preserving our prosperity: today's policy challenges
Michael G. Oxley
981: Evidence of bank information monopolies across the business cycle
Joao Santos and Andrew Winton
980: Mergers and lending relationships: discussion
Astrid A. Dick
979: Information asymmetries and the effects of banking mergers of firm-bank relationships
Steven Drucker
978: Bank regulation: discussion
Moshe Kim
977: Bank competition and the role of regulation
Franklin Allen, Elena Carletti and Robert Marquez
976: Testimony on the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
Randall S. Kroszner
975: Observations on personal retirement accounts
Zvi Bodie
974: Basel II competitive implications
Diana Hancock and Wayne Passmore
973: Making regulation work for consumers and banks
Robert Litan
972: Consumer lending at community banks
Alan R. Tubbs
971: Business lending trends and regulatory initiatives
John F. Bovenzi
970: Competing in the current lending environment
Jerry Grundhofer
969: The art of the loan in the 21st century: producing, pricing, and regulating credit: a conference survey
Michael H. Moskow
968: Risk transfer and financial stability
Alan Greenspan
967: Banking on remittances: increasing market efficiencies for consumers and financial institutions
Ana Cruz-Taura, Marianne A. Hilgert, Jeanne M. Hogarth, Sybill Howe, Jessica LeVeen, Edwin Lucio, Elizabeth McQuerry, Juan M. Sanchez and Wayne Smith
966: Credit, capital and communities: new roles present community-based organizations with new opportunities
William C. Apgar, Allegra Calder and Gary Fauth
965: Stored-value cards: challenges and opportunities for reaching emerging markets
Katy Jacob, Sherrie L. W. Rhine, Sabrina Su and Jennifer Tescher
964: Moving from unbanked to banked: evidence from the Money Smart program
Angela Lyons and Erik Scherpf
963: Credit counseling and mortgage termination by low-income households
Claudio Gonzalez-Vega and Valentina Hartarska
962: Effectiveness of online early intervention financial education programs for credit-card holders
Kimberly Gartner and Richard M. Todd
961: Observing unobservables: identifying information asymmetries with a consumer-credit field experiment
Dean Karlan and Jonathan Zinman
960: A re-examination of the role of relationships in the loan-granting process
Sugato Chakravarty and Tansel Yilmazer
959: Negative effects of personal bankruptcy filing for homeowners: reduced credit access and lost option value
Cheryl Long
958: Borrowing during unemployment: unsecured debt as a safety net
James Sullivan
957: Householder response to the earned income tax credit: path of sustenance or road to asset building
Steven Lee, Yazmin Osaki, Sherrie L. W. Rhine and Sabrina Su
956: A financial services survey of low income households
Moez Hababou, Jennifer Kramer and Ellen Seidman
955: The impact of single-family mortgage foreclosures on neighborhood crime
Dan Immergluck and Geoff Smith
954: Subprime lending: neighborhood patterns over time
Jonathan Hershaff, Karl Russo and Susan Wachter
953: Mortgage brokers and the subprime mortgage market
Amany El Anshasy, Gregory E. Elliehausen and Yoshiaki Shimazaki
952: Industry structure perpetuates dual market
William C. Apgar, Allegra Calder and Gary Fauth
951: Prospects for immigrant-native wealth assimilation: evidence from financial market participation
Una Osili and Anna Paulson
950: Consumer literacy and creditworthiness
Marsha Courchane
949: Payday lending: do the costs justify the price?
Mark Flannery and Katherine A. Samolyk
948: An update to the GSE implicit subsidy and the value of government ambiguity
Wayne Passmore and Shane Sherlund
947: Managing systemic risk: Fannie Mae's successes
Franklin Raines
946: The impact of clients' alleged financial reporting fraud on underwriter reputation
Wei-Ling Song and Hatice Uzun
945: So what do I get? the bank's view of lending relationships
Sreedhar T. Bharath, Sandeep Dahiya, Anthony Saunders and Anand Srinivasan
944: Tying knots: lending to win equity underwriting business
Steven Drucker and Manju Puri
943: Bank orientation and industry specialization
Hans Degryse and Steven Ongena
942: Do mergers improve information? evidence from the loan market
Fabio Panetta, Fabiano Schivardi and Matthew Shum
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