Understanding Financial Crises

By Franklin Allen; Douglas Gale | Go to book overview

Index
Adams, John Quincy 3
Agénor, P. 296, 297
Aghion, P. 294
Allen, F. 84, 90, 95, 103, 124, 128, 147, 172, 176, 184, 193, 204, 212, 214, 218, 224, 228, 231, 237, 238, 239, 246, 247, 250, 252, 262, 280, 281, 290, 293, 294
Alonso, I. 95

Argentina crisis of 2001–2002 17–18

Arnott, R. 214
Arrow securities 146, 150, 42
Arrow-Deb reu economy 41
Asian crisis of 1997 1, 15, 260–261, 217–218
Asset price bubbles
agency problems 237
banking crises 247
negative 236
positive 236
risk shifting 237
without Central Bank intervention 254
Azariadis, C. 147
Bagehot, W. 3
Bank capital
incentive function 193
risk-sharing function 193
Bank of England 3
Bank of Sweden 3
Bank runs 74
empirical studies 96
Banking Act of 1935 5
Banking and efficiency 72–73
Bannier, C. 93
Barth, J. 213
Benefits of financial crises 153
Bernanke, B. 147
Bernardo, A. 148
Bertaut, C. 101
Besanko, D. 192
Bhattacharya, S. 94, 95, 192, 214
Bill of exchange 126
Blume, M. 101
Bolton, P. 295
Boot, A. 214
Bordo, M. 2, 3, 9–12, 16
Bossons, J. 125
Boyd, J. 18, 19, 228
Brennan, M. 101
Bretton Woods Period 1945–1971 10
Bryant, J. 20, 58, 59, 74, 84, 94, 95, 96, 147, 149
Buffers and bank runs 277
Business cycle view of bank run 82, 95
Call loans 6
Calomiris, C. 83, 94, 96, 147, 231
Calvo, G. 260, 294
Campbell, J. 100
Capital regulation 191
Capital structure
Modigliani-Miller theorem 203
optimal 194
with complete markets 201
Caprio Jr., G. 214
Carey, M. 214
Carletti, E. 294
Carlsson, H. 90, 95
Cash-in-the-market pricing 102, 110–114
Cass, D. 147
Chang, C. 233
Chang, R. 230, 231
Chari, V. 94, 95, 147
Chatterjee, K. 97
Chui, M. 229, 230
Cifuentes, R. 291
Claessens, S. 293
Competitive equilibrium 159
Complete markets 41, 70
Cone, K. 94
Constantinides, G. 98
Constrained efficiency 182, 198
Consumption and saving 27, 32
Contagion
asymmetric information 260
Belgian banking system 290–291
currency crises 261, 294
empirical studies 284–292

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Understanding Financial Crises
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • 1: History and Institutions 1
  • 2: Time, Uncertainty, and Liquidity 27
  • 3: Intermediation and Crises 58
  • 4: Asset Markets 99
  • 5: Financial Fragility 126
  • 6: Intermediation and Markets 153
  • 7: Optimal Regulation 190
  • 8: Money and Prices 216
  • 9: Bubbles and Crises 235
  • 10: Contagion 260
  • Index 299
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