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Author:Kuprianov, Anatoli 

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Tax disincentives to commercial bank lending

Economic Quarterly , Issue Spr , Pages 67-97

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The Monetary Control Act and the role of the Federal Reserve in the interbank clearing market

The Monetary Control Act of 1980 radically changed the role of the Federal Reserve in the interbank clearing market. Among other things, the Act required the Fed to give all depository institutions equal access to its payments services and to price those services competitively. In this article, Anatoli Kuprianov explains why Congress legislated this change. At least three developments in the 1970s, including the introduction of electronic payments systems, the deregulation of the thrift industry, and the decline in membership in the Federal Reserve System, forced consideration of the ...
Economic Review , Volume 71 , Issue Jul , Pages 23-35

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Options on short-term interest rate futures

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Economic Review , Volume 72 , Issue Nov , Pages 3-11

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An analysis of Federal Reserve pricing

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Economic Review , Volume 72 , Issue Mar , Pages 3-19

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Reforming deposit insurance: lessons from the savings and loan crisis

A history of the collapse of the savings and loan industry. The authors contend that FSLICs institutional structures, established decades ago, made a thrift crisis inevitable. Poorly designed incentive structures strongly encouraged regulators and thrift managers to delay proper action when thrifts became insolvent. The authors present recommendations to prevent a recurrence of the crisis.
Economic Review , Volume 76 , Issue Mar , Pages 3-28

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Derivatives debacles: case studies of large losses in derivatives markets

Economic Quarterly , Issue Fall , Pages 1-39

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The future of deposit insurance: an analysis of the alternatives

Deposit insurance, while reducing the threat of bank runs, also lessens bankers incentives to control risks. Reforms of the deposit insurance system are necessary to discourage excessive risk taking such as characterized the recent S&L crisis. The adoption of market value accounting, early closing of failed banks, and exposing uninsured depositors and creditors to lossesall would give bankers less incentives to take excessive risks with insured deposits.
Economic Review , Volume 75 , Issue May , Pages 3-15

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Over-the-counter interest rate derivatives

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Money market futures

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Money market futures

Virtually all financial innovation in the U.S. money market during the past 20 years has centered on interest rate derivatives, including futures and swaps. Furthermore, money market futures--especially futures contracts on Eurodollar time deposits--have been at the vanguard of the recent explosion of trading activity in interest rate derivatives. While futures markets traditionally have been viewed as markets for the transfer of price risk, recent research shows that they may serve other important economic functions as well.
Economic Review , Volume 78 , Issue Nov , Pages 19-37

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