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841: Alternative corporate governance structures: the German 2-tier board
Kenneth E. Scott
840: Economics of corporate governance reform for financial and non-financial firms
Randall S. Kroszner
839: Corporate governance: a rational course for public policy
Michael H. Moskow
838: Private and public sector responses to corporate governance issues
Cynthia A. Glassman
837: Who is unbanked, and why: results from a large, new survey of low- and moderate-income individuals
Todd A. Vermilyea and James A. Wilcox
836: Should banks be diversified? evidence from individual bank portfolios
Viral Acharya, Iftekhar Hasan and Anthony Saunders
835: Measuring the CRA subsidy in mortgage markets
Glenn B. Canner, Elizabeth Laderman, Andreas Lehnert and Wayne Passmore
834: Comments on relationship lending
Gregory Udell
833: Distance and competition
Hans Degryse and Steven Ongena
832: Banks in venture capital: a research agenda
Thomas Hellmann, Laura Lindsey and Manju Puri
831: Legal risk as a determinant of syndicate structure in the project finance loan market
Benjamin C. Esty and William L. Megginson
830: Did interstate banking deregulation reduce state business cycle fluctuations?
Donald Morgan, Bertrand Rime and Philip E. Strahan
829: Quantification of operational risk
Matthew Brown, John S. Jordan and Eric Rosengren
828: Addressing criticism to the Basel Capital Accord
Nicholas Le Pan
827: Bank valuations and the business cycle
Sean J. Ryan
826: The Basel II approach to bank operational risk: regulation on the wrong track
Richard J. Herring
825: Are banking supervisory data useful for macroeconomic forecasts?
Ron J. Feldman, Jangryoul Kim, Preston J. Miller and Jason Schmidt
824: Comments on the impact of regulatory practices
Jean Rochet
823: Deposit insurance, moral hazard, and market monitoring
Reint Gropp and Jukka M. Vesala
822: The challenges of regulating large, international financial organizations
Max Harding
821: Morgan Stanley's continuity planning
Alexander Frank
820: Taking care with capital rules: why getting them right matters so much
Karen D. Shaw
819: What can bank regulation do better?
Donald E. Powell
818: Does bank concentration lead to concentration in industrial sectors?
Nicola Cetorelli
817: Technological progress and the geographic expansion of the banking industry
Allen Berger and Robert DeYoung
816: Are mergers beneficial to consumers? evidence from the market for bank deposits
Dario Focarelli and Fabio Panetta
815: Does function follow organizational form? evidence from the lending practices of large and small banks
Allen Berger, Nathan H. Miller, Mitchell Petersen, Raghuram Rajan and Jeremy Stein
814: Are some bank managers issuing bonds to call attention to their banks, while other managers are hiding by not issuing?
Daniel M. Covitz and Paul Harrison
813: The credit cycle and the business cycle: new findings using the \\"lost\\" series on commercial credit standards
Cara S. Lown and Donald Morgan
812: On the role of firm balance sheets in the transmission mechanism
Adam Ashcraft and Murillo Campello
811: The choice of regulators in banking
Richard Rosen
810: Monetary policy and bank supervision
Vasso Ioannidou
809: Capital requirements, market power, and risk-taking in banking
Rafael Repullo
808: Moral hazard and optimal subsidiary structure for financial institutions
Charles Kahn and Andrew Winton
807: A real options approach to bankruptcy costs: evidence from failed commercial banks during the 1990s
Joseph R. Mason
806: An FDIC approach to resolving a large bank
John F. Bovenzi
805: Implications of 9/11 for the financial services sector
Roger W. Ferguson
804: Creating sound supervision practices over the business cycle
Richard Spillenkothen
803: Changes in risk through time: measurement and policy responses
Charles A. E. Goodhart
802: Financial market behavior and appropriate regulation over the business cycle: summary comments
Michael H. Moskow
801: Preserving the independence of bank supervision
John D. Hawke
800: Cyclicality and banking regulation
Alan Greenspan
799: Asset accumulation in low-resource households: evidence from individual development accounts
Margaret Clancy, Jami Curley, Michal Grinstein-Weiss, Lissa Johnson, Mark Schreiner, Michael Sherraden and Min Zhan
798: The development and expansion of secondary markets for small business loans
Zoltan Acs
797: Evaluation of CRA
David C. Fynn
796: Boston's soft second program: reaching low-income and minority home buyers in a changing financial-services environment
Thomas M. Callahan and James T. Campen
795: Community organization and Community Reinvestment Act lending in Washington, D.C
Thomas T. Holyoke
794: The effect of the Community Reinvestment Act of bank and thrift home purchase mortgage lending
Eric S. Belsky and Michael H. Schill
793: Wealth creation
Peter Chinloy
792: Social capital and the cost of business loan contracting
Ryon Lancaster and Brian Uzzi
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