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941: Portfolio lending decisions at small commercial banks
Robert DeYoung, Anne Gron and Andrew Winton
940: Using market structure to assess differentiation between retail depository institutions
Andrew Cohen and Michael Mazzeo
939: Harming depositors and helping borrowers: the disparate impact of bank consolidation
Kwangwoo Park and George Pennacchi
938: On credit spread slopes and predicting bank risk
C. N. V. Krishnan, Peter H. Ritchken and James Thomson
937: The cost of banking regulation
Luigi Guiso, Paola Sapienza and Luigi Zingales
936: Bank merger activity: the antitrust perspective
Robin A. Prager
935: Value creation in bank mergers: hit or myth?
Nancy A. Bush
934: Same-branch growth: implications for a changing strategic landscape
Peter C. Davis
933: Old-fashioned banking in a high-tech medium: Internet-only banks
Gary Lewis Evans
932: The key to banking--retail and commercial: relationship
Norman R. Bobins
931: Succeeding with size: maintaining growth in large banks
James H. Hance
930: A new model: the experience of State Farm Bank
Stanley R. Ommen
929: Relationship banking: a successful alternative to scale
Joseph D. Reid
928: The importance of risk management: the supervisor's perspective
Douglas W. Roeder
927: The age of the banking titans
David Rhodes
926: The sure path to growth: anticipating and meeting your customers' needs
Leslie M. Muma
925: Reasons for optimism: the current state of the American economy
John W. Snow
924: Strengthening the framework for maintaining a high integrity environment in our investment service businesses
Timothy R. Schwertfeger
923: How to privatize Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
Bert Ely
922: Emerging competition and risk-taking incentives at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
W Frame and Lawrence White
921: The risks of the federal housing enterprises' uncertain status
William Poole
920: Estimating managers' utility-maximizing demand for agency goods
Joseph Hughes and Choon-Geol Moon
919: You get what you pay for? the implications of platinum parachutes in merger and acquisition transactions
Elijah Brewer, William E. Jackson and Larry Wall
918: Corporate governance of bank mergers
David Becher and Terry L. Campbell
917: Entry into banking markets and the first-mover advantage
Allen Berger and Astrid A. Dick
916: The impact of CRA agreements on community banks
Raphael Bostic and Breck L. Robinson
915: Bank mergers and acquisitions: the impact of small business lending
Gregory Udell
914: Competition in banking: achieving the right balance
Alfred Broaddus
913: The competitive edge of community banks
Mark W. Olson
912: The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board's new role in the American economy
William J. McDonough
911: Globalization and innovation
Alan Greenspan
910: Schools and housing markets: an examination of school segregation and performance in Connecticut
John Clapp and Stephen Ross
909: Public transit and spatial distribution of minority employment: evidence from a natural experiment
Harry Holzer, John Quigley and Steve Raphael
908: A pioneer's perspective on the spatial mismatch literature
John Kain
907: Understanding isolation and change in urban neighborhoods: a research symposium sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, April 11, 2001
906: Is three a crowd? competition among regulators in banking
Richard Rosen
905: The effects of focus and diversification on bank risk and return: evidence from individual bank loan portfolios
Viral Acharya, Iftekhar Hasan and Anthony Saunders
904: Market forces at work in the banking industry: evidence from the capital buildup of the 1990s
Mark Flannery and Kasturi P. Rangan
903: The role of banks and nonbanks in serving low- and moderate income communities
Constance R. Dunham
902: International and cultural dimensions: discussion comments
Martin Levine
901: Human capital and the development of financial institutions: evidence from Thailand
Anna Paulson
900: Policies promoting microenterprises in colonias: what works? what does not work? and why?
Cecilia Giusti
899: Credit availability in the Minneapolis-St. Paul Hmong community
Ron J. Feldman, Robin G. Newberger, Arthur J. Rolnick, Jason Schmidt and Maude Toussaint-Comeau
898: What makes CRA agreements work? a study of lender responses to CRA agreements
Raphael Bostic and Breck L. Robinson
897: Public policy - enterprise zones and CDFIs: discussion comments
Paul Pryde
896: Evaluating the impact of federal community economic development policies on targeted populations: the case of the new markets initiatives of 2000
Julia Sass Rubin and Gregory M. Stankiewicz
895: Job creation in California's enterprise zones: a comparison utilizing a propensity score matching model
Suzanne O'Keefe
894: Community development financial institutions: current issues and future prospects
Lehn Benjamin, Julia Sass Rubin and Sean Zielenbach
893: Partnerships: discussion comments
Ken Wade
892: Neighborhood revitalization in New York City in the 1990s
Jason Bram, Jesse Edgerton, Yigel Gelb, Andrew Haughwout, David Lagakos, Margaret M. McConnell and James Orr
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