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Journal Article
Bank competition in concentrated markets

Business Review , Issue Mar , Pages 3-16

Journal Article
Regulation, bank competitiveness, and episodes of missing money

John Duca reviews three episodes of "missing money," periods during which one of the monetary aggregates was unusually weak. Duca finds that in each of these episodes, an increased regulatory burden on banks encouraged households and firms to bypass the banking system in favor of nonbank financial liabilities and assets. Using a standard analytical framework, he shows how these shifts by investors can lead to cases of missing money and declines in banks' role in providing credit. Duca further shows that increases in bank regulatory burden can create potential problems for analysts in using ...
Economic and Financial Policy Review , Issue Apr , Pages 1-23

Journal Article
The use of mitigating factors in bank mergers and acquisitions: a decade of antitrust at the Fed

Economic Review , Issue Mar , Pages 32-44

Working Paper
Beliefs, competition, and bank runs

Working Papers , Paper 95-26

Working Paper
How does competition impact bank risk-taking?

A common assumption in the academic literature and in the actual supervision of banking systems worldwide is that franchise value plays a key role in limiting bank risk-taking. As the underlying source of franchise value is assumed to be market power, reduced competition has been considered to promote banking stability. Boyd and De Nicolo (2005) propose an alternative view where concentration in the loan market could lead to increased borrower debt loads and a corresponding increase in loan defaults that undermine bank stability. Martinez-Miera and Repullo (2007) encompass both approaches by ...
Working Paper Series , Paper 2007-23

Journal Article
Store branching: a part in banking's future?

Financial Update , Volume 10 , Issue Jan , Pages 1-2, 4

Working Paper
Financial intermediation as vertical integration

Working Papers , Paper 93-3

Ending too big to fail

Remarks at the Global Economic Policy Forum, New York City.
Speech , Paper 123

Working Paper
Branching Networks and Geographic Contagion of Commodity Price Shocks

This paper studies the role of banks' branching networks in propagating the oil shocks. Banks that were exposed to the oil shocks through their operations in oil-concentrated counties experienced a liquidity drainage in the form of a declining amount of demand deposit inflow as well as an increasing percentage of troubled loans. Banks were forced to sell liquid assets, and contracted lending to small businesses and mortgage borrowers in counties that were not directly affected by the oil shocks. The effect is magnified when banks do not have strong community ties, but is mitigated if banks' ...
Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 2020-034



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