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A Case for Reforming Federal Deposit Insurance: Bibliography

January 1, 1989

A Case for Reforming Federal Deposit Insurance: Bibliography

Association of Reserve City Bankers. 1988. Beyond capital regulation: Strengthening the FDIC insurance fund and systemic liquidity. Recommendations of the Special Task Force, Asset/Liability Committee (March), Chicago.

Benveniste, Larry, John H. Boyd and Stuart Greenbaum. 1988. Bank capital regulation. Monograph prepared for Association of Reserve City Bankers, Banking Research Center, Conference on Bank Capital Issues, Dec. 14-16, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill.

Boyd, John H. and Stanley L. Graham. 1988. The profitability and risk effects of allowing bank holding companies to merge with other financial firms: A simulation study. Quarterly Review, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, (Spring): 3-20.

Chari, V.V. 1988. Time consistency and optimal policy design. Quarterly Review, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, (Fall): 17-31.

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. 1984. The first fifty years. Washington, D.C.

Federal Reserve System. 1988. Capital; risk-based capital guidelines. 12CFR Part 225, Appendix B. [Regulation Y; docket #R-0628].

Friedman, Milton. 1960. A Program for Monetary Stability. New York, New York: Fordham University Press.

Friedman, Milton and Anna J. Schwartz. 1963. A monetary history of the United States, 1867-1960, Princeton, New Jersey: University Press.

Kareken, John H. 1983. Deposit insurance reform or deregulation is the cart not the horse. Quarterly Review, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, (Spring): 1-9.

Keeley, Michael C. 1988. Deposit insurance, risk, and market power in banking. Working Paper 88-07. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

Kydland, Finn E. and Edward C. Prescott. 1977. Rules rather than discretion: The inconsistency of optimal plans. Journal of Political Economy 85 (June): 473-91.

Lucas, Robert E., Jr. 1981. Studies in Business-Cycle Theory. Cambridge, Mass: The MIT Press.

Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee. An outline of a program for deposit insurance reform. December 5, 1988. Statement No. 38. Mid America Institute for Public Policy Research, Chicago.

Simons, Henry. 1936. Rules versus authorities in monetary policy. Journal of Political Economy 44 (February): 1-30.


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