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How do insured deposits affect bank risk? Evidence from the 2008 Emergency Economic Stabilization Act
This paper tests whether an increase in insured deposits causes banks to become more risky. We use variation introduced by the U.S. Emergency Economic Stabilization Act in October 2008, which increased the deposit insurance ...
Accounting for Financial Stability: Lessons from the Financial Crisis and Future Challenges
This paper examines banks’ disclosures and loss recognition in the financial crisis and identifies several core issues for the link between accounting and financial stability. Our analysis suggests that, going into the ...
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