Stephan Luck

Financial Research Advisor
Banking Studies
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Streeet
New York, NY 10045

Bank Funding Risk, Reference Rates, and Credit Supply
With Harry Cooperman, Darrell Duffie, Zachry Wang, and Yilin (David) Yang
Journal of Finance, Accepted
Available as Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 1042, December 2022, February 2023

Who Can Tell Which Banks Will Fail?
With Kristian S. Blickle and Markus Brunnermeier
Review of Financial Studies, Accepted

Employment Effects of Unconventional Monetary Policy: Evidence from QE
With Tom Zimmermann
Journal of Financial Economics, Volume 135, Issue 3, March 2020, Pages 678-703
Available as FEDS paper 2018-071

The Effects of Banking Competition on Growth and Financial Stability: Evidence from the National Banking Era
With Mark Carlson and Sergio Correia
Journal of Political Economy, 130, Issue 2, February 2022, Pages 462-520

Did QE Lead to Lax Bank Lending Standards? Evidence form the Federal Reserve's LSAPs
With Robert Kurtzman and Tom Zimmermann
Journal of Banking & Finance, May 2022, Volume 138, 105403

Bank Liquidity Provision across the Firm Size Distribution
With Gabriel Chodorow-Reich, Olivier Darmouni, and Matthew Plosser
Journal of Financial Economics, Volume 144, Issue 3, June 2022, Pages 908-932
Online Appendix
Available as Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 942, October 2020

Pandemic Depress the Economy, Public Health Interventions Do Not: Evidence from the 1918 Flu
With Sergio Correia and Emil Verner
Journal of Economic History, Volume 82, Issue 4, December 2022, pp. 917-957

Digitizing Historical Balance Sheet Data: A Practitioner's Guide
With Sergio Correia
Explorations in Economic History, Volume 87, January 2023, 101475

Inefficient Liquidity Creation
With Paul Schempp Journal of Financial Intermediation, Volume 53, January 2023, 100996
Available as SSRN Working Paper, revised June 2021

The Valuation of Collateral in Bank Lending
With Joao Santos
Accepted at Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis

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