A Theory of Payments Crises
No 1537, 2015 Meeting Papers from Society for Economic Dynamics
We provide a descriptive account of aggregate and bank-level nancial ows that occurred during the nancial crisis of 2007-2009 and its aftermath. We collect the following facts:  the commercial banking system increased their assets by as much as the shadow banking industry was reduced.  Traditional banks suered $656B equity losses.  There has been a persistent and substantial discrepancy between book and market equity values for many banks during the period.  Low market- to-book banks predicted low earnings and dividend payments.  Despite , there are no substantial dierences in lending and borrowing in the cross-section: book assets seem to be sticky. We draw on these observations to raise further empirical questions and suggest guidelines for improving banking and macroeconomic models.
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