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Journal Article
Wealth effect of geographical deregulation: the case of Illinois

Economic Perspectives , Volume 10 , Issue Mar , Pages 13-17

Discussion Paper
Bank mergers and banking structure in the United States, 1980-98

The U.S. banking industry experienced a sustained and unprecedented merger movement from 1980 to 1998. During that period, approximately 8,000 bank mergers occurred, involving about $2.4 trillion in acquired assets. The 1990s, especially 1994-98, was a period of numerous large bank mergers, including several that were among the largest in U.S. banking history. This study describes various aspects of that bank merger activity and some of the changes in U.S. banking structure and performance that took place during 1980-98. With respect to bank merger activity, the study examines the number and ...
Staff Studies , Paper 174

Conference Paper
Banks as multioutput oligopolies: an empirical evaluation of the retail and corporate banking markets

Proceedings , Paper 503

Conference Paper
The first law of restructuring

Proceedings , Paper 183

Working Paper
Financial structure and macroeconomic performance over the short and long run

We examine the relationship between indicators of financial development and economic performance for a cross-country panel over long and short periods. Our long-term results are consistent with much of the literature in that we find a positive relationship between financial development and economic growth. However, we fail to find a significant positive relationship after accounting for disparities in factor accumulation. These results therefore indicate that the primary channel for financial development to facilitate growth over the long run is through physical and human capital ...
Pacific Basin Working Paper Series , Paper 2002-05

Journal Article
Changes in the distribution of banking offices

The past twenty years have been marked by major structural and regulatory changes in the banking industry. This article explores the relationships between these changes and the distribution of "brick and mortar" banking offices between 1975 and 1995. The analysis explores how population shifts, deregulation, and mergers, acquisitions, and failures may have influenced changes in the number and location of banking offices. Special attention is given to changes in banking office distributions across neighborhoods grouped by the median income of their residents and their central city, suburban, ...
Federal Reserve Bulletin , Volume 83 , Issue Sep

Working Paper
Market structure and the nature of price rigidity: evidence from the market for consumer deposits

Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 52

Journal Article
Recent changes in the structure of commercial banking

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Mar

Journal Article
Reorganizing the U.S. banking regulatory structure

A discussion of the changes in the structure of the banking system since the 1970s, with an emphasis on the 1984 recommendations of the Task Group on Regulation of Financial Services.
Economic Commentary , Issue Apr



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