References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 26 references in this bibliography folder.

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Brunnermeier, M (2009).
Deciphering the Liquidity and Credit Crunch 2007–2008
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 23(1):77-100.

Demirgüç-Kunt, A and Servén, L (2009).
Are All Sacred Cows Dead? Implications of the Financial Crisis for Macro and Financial Policies
World Bank, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper(4807), Washington, D.C..

Deposit_Insurance_Corporation_of_Japan (2009).
Overview of the Japanese Deposit Insurance System. January 2009 (available at http://www.dic.go.jp/english/e_seido/e_seido.html)
Miscellaneous publication.

Ergungor, OE and Cherny, K (2009).
Economic Commentary. Effective Practices in Crisis Resolution and the Case of Sweden
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.

Reinhart, C and Rogoff, K (2009).
The Aftermath of Financial Crises
National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER Working Paper(14656), Cambridge, MA.

Todd, W (2009).
Is this Risk Insurable? A Response to Sebastian Schich
Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Economics Discussion Paper(2009-21).

Council_of_the_European_Union (2008).
The Council Approved General Approaches on Four ‘Financial Services Dossiers. Brussels, 2 December 2008 16562/08 (Presse 352) (available at ue.eu.int/uedocs/NewsWord/en/misc/104473.doc)
Miscellaneous publication.

Keys, B, Mukherjee, T, Seru, A, and Vig, V (2008).
Did Securitization Lead to Lax Screeing? Evidence from Subprime Loans
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Laeven, L and Valencia, F (2008).
The Use of Blanket Guarantees in Banking Crises
International Monetary Fund, IMF Working Paper(08-250), Washington, D.C..

Laeven, L and Valencia, F (2008).
Systemic Banking Crises: A New Database
International Monetary Fund, IMF Working Paper(08-224), Washington, D. C..

Lannoo, K (2008).
Concrete Steps towards More Integrated Financial Oversight—The EU’s Policy Response to the Crisis
, CEPS Task Force Report.

Lumpkin, S (2008).
Resolutions of Weak Institutions: Lessons Learned from Previous Crises
OECD Financial Market Trends, 95:113-154.

Mendoza, E and Terrones, M (2008).
An Anatomy of Credit Booms: Evidence from Macro Aggregates and Firm Level Data
Unpublished.

Nanto, D (2008).
The U.S. Financial Crisis: Lessons From Japan
, CRS Report for Congress(Order Code RS22960).

Schich, S (2008).
Financial Crisis: Deposit Insurance and Related Financial Safety Net Aspects
OECD Financial Market Trends, 95:73-111.

Schich, S (2008).
Financial Turbulence: Some Lessons Regarding Deposit Insurance
OECD Financial Market Trends, 94:55-79.

Tamirisa, N and Igan, D (2008).
Are Weak Banks Leading Credit Booms? Evidence from Emerging Europe
International Monetary Fund, IMF Working Paper(08-219), Washington, DC.

Borio, C (2007).
Change and Constancy in the Financial System: Implications for Financial Distress and Policy
Bank for International Settlements, BIS Working Paper(237), Basel.

OECD (2007).
Bank Profitability—Financial Statements of Banks
OECD, Paris.

Kane, E and Klingebiel, D (2004).
Alternatives to Blanket Guarantees for Containing a Systemic Crisis
Journal of Financial Stability, 1(1):31-63.

Demirgüç-Kunt, A and Detragiache, E (2002).
Does Deposit Insurance Increase Banking System Stability? An Empirical Investigation
Journal of Monetary Economics, 49(7):1373-1406.

Lumpkin, S (2002).
Experiences with the Resolution of Weak Financial Institutions in the OECD Area
OECD Financial Market Trends, 82:107-143.

Financial_Stability_Forum (2001).
Guidance for Developing Effective Deposit Insurance Systems
Miscellaneous publication.

Financial_Stability_Forum_Working_Group_on_Deposit_Insurance (2000).
A Consultative Process and Background Paper, 12. http://www.iadi.org/docs/Consultation_Paper_English.pdf
Miscellaneous publication.

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