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Imperfect Competition in the Interbank Market for Liquidity as a Rationale for Central Banking With Viral Acharya and Denis Gromb American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 4(2), 184-217 Read the full text in SSRN››
Rollover Risk and Market Freezes With Viral Acharya and Douglas Gale Journal of Finance, 66(4), 2011, 1177-1209 Read the full text in SSRN››
Crisis Resolution and Bank Liquidity With Viral Acharya and Hyun Shin Review of Financial Studies, 24(6), 2011, 212-2165 Read the full text in SSRN››
Liquidity, Bank Runs and Bailouts: Spillover Effects During the Northern Rock Episode With Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham Journal of Financial Services Research, 37(2-3), 2010, 83-98 (lead article) Read the full text in SSRN››
Systemic Risk and Deposit Insurance Premiums With Viral Acharya and Joao Santos Federal Reserve Bank of New York Economic Policy Review,Special Issue on Central Bank Liquidity Tools and Perspectives on Regulatory Reform, 16(1), 2010, 89-99.
On the Dynamics and Severity of Bank Runs: An Experimental Study With Andrew Schotter Journal of Financial Intermediation, 18(2), 2009 217-41 Read the full text in SSRN››
Cash-in-the-Market Pricing and Optimal Resolution of Bank Failures With Viral Acharya Review of Financial Studies,21(6), 2008, 2705-42 Read the full text in SSRN››
Information Contagion and Bank Herding With Viral Acharya Journal of Money, Credit and Banking,40(1), 2008, 215-31 Read the full text in SSRN››
Too Many to Fail - An Analysis of Time Inconsistency in Bank Closure Policies With Viral Acharya Journal of Financial Intermediation,16(1), 2007, 1-31 (lead article) Read the full text in SSRN››
Network Models and Financial Stability With Amadeo Alentorn, Erlend Nier and Jing Yang Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control,31(6), 2007, 2033-60 Read the full text in SSRN››
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