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741: Bank capital as an incentive mechanism
Alistair Milne
740: Recent trends in bank loan syndications: evidence for 1995-1999
Jonathan Jones, William W. Lang and Peter Nigro
739: Local bank office ownership, deposit control, market structure, and economic growth
Robert Collender
738: Federal Deposit Insurance versus federal sponsorship of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: the structure of subsidy
Richard S. Carnell
737: Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae: their funding advantage and benefits to consumers
James C. Miller and James E. Pearce
736: Controlling safety net
Laurence H. Meyer
735: The financial safety net: five free-market principles for policymaking
Richard Baker
734: International financial stability: the Canadian perspective
James S. Peterson
733: Estimating fair deposit insurance premiums for a sample of banks under a new long-term insurance pricing methodology
George Pennacchi
732: How good are EU deposit insurance schemes?
Maximilian Hall
731: Developing effective deposit insurance systems
J. P. Sabourin
730: Expansion of bank powers: who gains the most?
Philip E. Strahan and Amir Sufi
729: Dollarization, bailouts, and the stability of the banking system
Douglas Gale and Xavier Vives
728: Comments on financial crises and contagion
Barry Eichengreen
727: Asset market linkages in crisis periods
Casper de Vries, Philipp Hartman and Stefan Straetmans
726: Risk pricing at financial institution in pre-crisis Thailand: implications for modeling the Thai crisis
Timothy Opiela
725: The costs and benefits of moral suasion: evidence from the rescue of long-term capital management
Craig Furfine
724: The diffusion of financial innovations: an examination of the adoption of small business credit scoring by large banking organizations
Jalal Akhavein, W Frame and Lawrence White
723: Banking industry consolidation and productive efficient
Douglas Evanoff and Evren Ors
722: A critique of the CBO's sponsorship benefit analysis
Alden L. Toevs
721: Fannie Mae's benefits to home buyers: the business perspective
Timothy Howard
720: Government and GSEs: relationship and regulation
Armando Falcon
719: The financial safety net: costs, benefits, and implications for regulation: a review of the conference
Michael H. Moskow
718: Designing financial safety nets for countries in different circumstances
Edward Kane
717: Allocating bank regulatory powers: lender of last resort, deposit insurance, and supervision
Charles Kahn and Joao Santos
716: Can small banks survive deregulation? the role of the Fed in the correspondent banking market
James McAndrews and Philip E. Strahan
715: Issues in deposit insurance reform
James A. Wilcox
714: Causes of U.S. bank distress during the depression
Charles Calomiris and Joseph R. Mason
713: Managerial incentives and the efficiency of capital structure
Joseph Hughes, William W. Lang, Choon-Geol Moon and Michael S. Pagano
712: Testing for market discipline in the European banking industry: evidence from subordinated debt issues
Andrea Sironi
711: Learning-by-doing, scale efficiencies, and financial performance at Internet-only banks
Robert DeYoung
710: The effects of banking market size structure on bank competition: the case of small business lending
Allen Berger, Richard Rosen and Gregory Udell
709: The ability of banks to lend to informationally opaque small businesses
Allen Berger, Leora Klapper and Gregory Udell
708: Size, charter value, and risk in banking: an international perspective
Gianni De Nicolo
707: Do Federal Home Loan Bank membership and advances lead to bank risk-taking?
Dusan Stojanovic, Mark D. Vaughan and Timothy J. Yeager
706: The simple microeconomics of government-sponsored enterprises
Wayne Passmore and Roger Sparks
705: GSEs as instruments of federal policy: public benefits and public costs
Bert Ely
704: GSEs: why is effective government supervision hard to achieve?
Thomas H. Stanton
703: Recommendations for the changes in the way Federal Deposit Insurance is funded
Arthur J. Murton
702: Community banking, deposit insurance reform, and too big to fail
Kenneth A. Guenther
701: The financial safety net
Alan Greenspan
700: Are scale economies in banking elusive or illusive? evidence obtained by incorporating capital structure and risk-taking into models of bank production
Joseph Hughes, Loretta Mester and Choon-Geol Moon
699: Community lending and commercial bank mergers
Raphael Bostic, Hamid Mehran, Anna Paulson and Marc R. Saidenberg
698: The relationship between bank off-balance-sheet activities and credit risk under risk-based capital: a simultaneous equations approach
Raj Aggarwal, Kevin T. Jacques and Tara Rice
697: The dynamics of debtor-in-possession financing: bankruptcy resolution and the role of prior lenders
Sandeep Dahiya, Kose John, Manju Puri and Gabriel Ramirez
696: The determinants of cross-border bank shareholdings: an analysis with bank-level data from OECD countries
Dario Focarelli and Alberto Pozzolo
695: Relationship banking, loan specialization and competition
Robert Hauswald and Robert Marquez
694: Changing financial industry structure and regulation: an antitrust perspective
J. Robert Kramer
693: The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act eliminated the separation of banking and commerce
Peter J. Wallison
692: Milestones and challenges in deposit insurance pricing
Donna Tanoue
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