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Financial Stability Policies for Shadow Banking
Conference proceedings of the Sixteenth Chicago Fed/IMF Annual International Banking Conference on “Shadow Banking within and across national borders, Forthcoming
See also >> Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports, Number 664, February 2014
Repo and Securities Lending With Brian Begalle, Adam Copeland, and Antoine Martin
Systemic Risk Measurement, Forthcoming, ed. by Markus K. Brunnemeier and Arvind Krishnamurthy, NBER conference volume, pp. 131-148
Previously circulated as Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports, Number 529, December 2011
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