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Why is there debt?

Most loan repayment agreements are largely noncontingent, and yet standard economic theory predicts that they should be highly contingent. An explanation is offered that relies on imperfect information and collateral. The theory suggests that perhaps all debt contracts are implicitly collateralized.
Economic Review , Volume 77 , Issue Jul , Pages 3-19

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Estimating household debt service payments

Quarterly Review , Volume 11 , Issue Sum

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Converging household debt ratios of four industrial countries

Quarterly Review , Volume 12 , Issue Win

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The Minsky cycle in action: but why?

Quarterly Review , Volume 18 , Issue Spr

Voluntary conversions of LDC debt

Research Paper , Paper 8903

The national and regional economic outlook

Remarks at the University at Albany, Albany, New York.
Speech , Paper 70

Securing the recovery and building for the future

Remarks at United States Military Academy at West Point, West Point, New York.
Speech , Paper 66

Financial stability and economic growth

Remarks at the 2011 Bretton Woods Committee International Council Meeting, Washington, D.C.>
Speech , Paper 62

The case for TIPS: an examination of the costs and benefits

Remarks at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Inflation-Indexed Securities and Inflation Risk Management Conference.
Speech , Paper 11

A model of liquidity hoarding and term premia in inter-bank markets

Financial crises are associated with reduced volumes and extreme levels of rates for term inter-bank loans, reflected in the one-month and three-month Libor. We explain such stress by modeling leveraged banks? precautionary demand for liquidity. Asset shocks impair a bank?s ability to roll over debt because of agency problems associated with high leverage. In turn, banks hoard liquidity and decrease term lending as their rollover risk increases over the term of the loan. High levels of short-term leverage and illiquidity of assets lead to low volumes and high rates for term borrowing. In ...
Staff Reports , Paper 498



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