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The role of liquidity in financial crises

Proceedings - Economic Policy Symposium - Jackson Hole

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Bank competition and the role of regulation

Market discipline for financial institutions can be imposed not only from the liability side, as has often been stressed in the literature on the use of subordinated debt, but also from the asset side. This will be particularly true if good lending opportunities are in short supply, so that banks have to compete for projects. In such a setting, borrowers may demand that banks commit to ?monitoring? by requiring that they use some of their own capital in lending, thus creating a market-based incentive for banks to hold capital that stems purely from the asset side of the bank?s balance sheet. ...
Proceedings , Paper 977

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Fintech, Cryptocurrencies, and CBDC: Financial Structural Transformation in China”

Fintech and decentralized finance have penetrated all areas of the financial system and have improved financial inclusion in the last decade. In this paper, we review the recent literature on fintech, cryptocurrencies, stablecoins, and central bank digital currencies (CBDCs). There are important implications from the rise of fintech and the introduction of stablecoins and CBDCs in recent years. We provide an overview of China’s experience in fintech, focusing on payments, digital banking, fintech lending, and the recent progress on its CBDC pilots (e-CNY). We also discuss important ...
Working Papers , Paper 22-12

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Credit market competition and capital regulation

Market discipline for financial institutions can be imposed not only from the liability side, as has often been stressed in the literature on the use of subordinated debt, but also from the asset side. This will be particularly true if good lending opportunities are in short supply, so that banks have to compete for projects. In such a setting, borrowers may demand that banks commit to monitoring by requiring that they use some of their own capital in lending, thus creating an asset market-based incentive for banks to hold capital. Borrowers can also provide banks with incentives to monitor ...
Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 2006-11

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A welfare comparison of intermediaries and financial markets in Germany and the U.S

Working Papers , Paper 95-3

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The changing nature of debt and equity; a financial perspective

Conference Series ; [Proceedings] , Volume 33 , Pages 12-48

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Universal banking, intertemporal risk smoothing, and European financial integration

Working Papers , Paper 95-6

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Commentary: the ‘big C”: identifying and mitigating contagion

Proceedings - Economic Policy Symposium - Jackson Hole

Working Paper
Enhancing prudential standards in financial regulations

The financial crisis has generated fundamental reforms in the financial regulatory system in the U.S. and internationally. Much of this reform was in direct response to the weaknesses revealed in the precrisis system. The new ?macroprudential? approach to financial regulations focuses on risks arising in financial markets broadly, as well as the potential impact on the financial system that may arise from financial distress at systemically important financial institutions. Systemic risk is the key factor in financial stability, but our current understanding of systemic risk is rather limited. ...
Working Papers , Paper 14-36

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Financial markets, intermediaries, and intertemporal smoothing

Working Papers , Paper 95-4

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