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Author:Fons, Jerome S. 

Journal Article
Junk bonds and public policy

A discussion of the characteristics and use of speculative, low-rated bonds in debt-based financing, with comment on the policy implications of the increasing use of these instruments.
Economic Commentary , Issue Feb

Report
The high-yield market structure and the impact of security supplies

Research Paper , Paper 8914

Report
The impact of supplies on securities prices and the implications of privatization

Research Paper , Paper 8910

Journal Article
Debt-deflation and corporate finance

A discussion of the theoretical dangers faced by an overleveraged, debt-based economy, featuring lessons for the 1980s based on the historical context of Irving Fisher's noted 1933 analysis of the macroeconomic effects of excessive debt accumulation.
Economic Commentary , Issue Mar

Working Paper
The default premium and corporate bond experience

A study that represents the first effort to tie together the differential returns required by holders of low-rated coporate bonds and the actual default experiences of these issues.
Working Papers (Old Series) , Paper 8604

Journal Article
Disinflation, equity valuation, and investor rationality

An examination of the relationship between inflation and equity prices, concluding that equity prices respond rationally to such factors as real interest rates and risk.
Economic Review , Issue Q IV , Pages 2-10

Conference Paper
Reforming bank capital requirements: a rating agency perspective

Proceedings , Paper 671

Journal Article
A critical look at SIPC

A description of the purpose and function of the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC), with an analysis and comment on its potential $1 trillion exposure to loss.
Economic Commentary , Issue Jul

Report
Default risk and duration analysis

Research Paper , Paper 8824

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