Linda S. Goldberg
Financial Research Advisor on Financial Intermediation Policy Research
The Fed’s Inaugural Conference on the International Roles of the U.S. Dollar
The U.S. Dollar’s Global Roles: Revisiting Where Things Stand
Do the Fed’s International Dollar Liquidity Facilities Affect Offshore Dollar Funding Markets and Credit?
Will Capital Flows through Global Banks Support Economic Recovery?
How Fed Swap Lines Supported the U.S. Corporate Credit Market amid COVID-19 Strains
Have the Fed Swap Lines Reduced Dollar Funding Strains during the COVID-19 Outbreak?
Have the Risk Profiles of Large U.S. Bank Holding Companies Changed?
The U.S. Dollar’s Global Roles: Where Do Things Stand?
Highlights from the Fourth Bi-annual Global Research Forum on International Macroeconomics and Finance
Have the Biggest U.S. Banks Become Less Complex?
International transmission of monetary policy via banks: New cross-country evidence from the International Banking Research Network
Global risk conditions now a weaker driver of global liquidity
International capital flows through the exchange market pressure lens
U.S. Monetary Policy as a Changing Driver of Global Liquidity
At the N.Y. Fed: Capital Flows, Policy Dilemmas, and the Future of Global Financial Integration
U.S. Banks’ Changing Footprint at Home and Abroad
Highlights from the Global Research Forum on International Macroeconomics and Finance
How Do Liquidity Conditions Affect U.S. Bank Lending?
Cross-Country Evidence on Transmission of Liquidity Risk through Global Banks
Measuring Global Bank Complexity
Ring-Fencing and "Financial Protectionism" in International Banking
Follow That Money! How Global Banks Manage Liquidity Globally
How Has the Business of International Banking Changed?
What If the U.S. Dollar's Global Role Changed?
Global Banks and Their Internal Capital Markets during the Crisis
Why Did U.S. Branches of Foreign Banks Borrow at the Discount Window during the Crisis?
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