Dong Beom Choi

Dong Beom Choi

Economist
Financial Intermediation Function
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10045

dongbeom.choi@ny.frb.org

   

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“Skin in the Game,” Depositor Discipline, and Bank Risk Taking
With Haelim Anderson and Daniel Barth
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, November 19, 2018

Ten Years after the Crisis, Is the Banking System Safer?
With Fernando Duarte, Thomas Eisenbach, and James Vickery
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, November 14, 2018

Leverage Rule Arbitrage
With Michael R. Holcomb and Donald Morgan
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, October 12, 2018

Does More "Skin in the Game" Mitigate Bank Risk Taking?
With Haelim Anderson and Daniel Barth
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, February 12, 2018

QE Frictions: Could Banks Have Favored Refinancing over New Purchase Borrowing?
With Hyun-Soo Choi and Jung-Eun Kim
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, March 29, 2017

Could Liquidity Regulation Revive the Bank Lending Channel?
With Ulysses Velasquez
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, July 13, 2016

Would Monetary Tightening Increase Bank Wholesale Funding?
With Hyun-Soo Choi
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, March 02, 2016

Do Better Bank Services Have a Hidden Cost?
With Ulysses Velasquez
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, September 22, 2015

At the N.Y. Fed: Workshop on the Risks of Wholesale Funding
With , Thomas Eisenbach, and Michael Fleming
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, September 18, 2014

The Liquidity Stress Ratio: Measuring Liquidity Mismatch on Banks’ Balance Sheets
With Lily Zhou
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, April 16, 2014


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