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Author:Brewer, Elijah 

Conference Paper
The effect of bank risk on the price and availability of uninsured deposits

Proceedings , Paper 102

The impact of market, industry, and interest rate risks on bank stock returns

Staff Memoranda , Paper 86-4

Conference Paper
The value of banking relationships during a financial crisis: evidence from failures of Japanese banks

Proceedings , Issue Sep

Journal Article
Bank risk from nonbank activities

Economic Perspectives , Volume 12 , Issue Jul , Pages 14-26

Conference Paper
Performance and access to government guarantees: the case of small business investment companies

Proceedings , Paper 524

Journal Article
Full-blown crisis, half-measure cure

Economic Perspectives , Volume 13 , Issue Nov

Working Paper
Lending to troubled thrifts: the case of FHLBanks

Working Paper Series , Paper WP-98-22

Working Paper
Bank capital ratios across countries: why do they vary?

This paper extends the literature on bank capital structure by modeling capital structure as a function of important public policy and bank regulatory characteristics of the home country, as well as of bank-specific variables, country-level macroeconomic conditions, and country-level financial characteristics. The model is estimated with annual data from 1992 to 2005 for an unbalanced panel of the seventy-eight largest private banks in the world headquartered in twelve industrial countries. The results indicate that bank capital ratios are significantly affected in the hypothesized directions ...
FRB Atlanta Working Paper , Paper 2008-27

Corporate governance: implications for financial services firms

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Dec

Working Paper
Does the Japanese stock market price bank risk? evidence from financial firm failures

The efficiency of Japanese stock market to appropriately price the riskiness of Japanese firms has been frequently questioned, particularly with respect to Japanese banks which have experienced severe financial distress in recent years. This paper examines the response in the stock market returns of Japanese commercial banks to the failure of four commercial banks and two securities firms between 1995 and 1998. The analysis finds that the stock market responded to new information of the failures and did so rationally. Financially weaker banks were affected more adversely by the failure of ...
Working Paper Series , Paper WP-99-31


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