Donald Morgan

Donald Morgan

Assistant Vice President
Financial Intermediation Function
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10045

Phone (212) 720-6572
Fax (212) 720-8363
don.morgan@ny.frb.org

   

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The Final Crisis Chronicle: The Panic of 1907 and the Birth of the Fed
With James Narron
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, November 18, 2016

Fear of $10 Billion
With Bryan Yang
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, October 03, 2016

Banking Deserts, Branch Closings, and Soft Information
With Maxim Pinkovskiy and Bryan Yang
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, March 07, 2016

Crisis Chronicles: The Gold Panic of 1869, America’s First Black Friday
With James Narron
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, January 15, 2016

Crisis Chronicles: The Cotton Famine of 1862-63 and the U.S. One-Dollar Note
With James Narron
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, November 20, 2015

Reframing the Debate about Payday Lending
With Robert DeYoung, Ronald J. Mann, and Michael R. Strain
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, October 19, 2015

Crisis Chronicles–The California Gold Rush and the Gold Standard
With James Narron
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, August 07, 2015

Crisis Chronicles: Railway Mania, the Hungry Forties, and the Commercial Crisis of 1847
With James Narron
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, June 05, 2015

Crisis Chronicles: The Panic of 1825 and the Most Fantastic Financial Swindle of All Time
With James Narron
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, April 10, 2015

Crisis Chronicles: The Panic of 1819–America’s First Great Economic Crisis
With James Narron and David Skeie
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, December 05, 2014

Crisis Chronicles: The Crisis of 1816, the Year without a Summer, and Sunspot Equilibria
With James Narron
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, October 03, 2014

Crisis Chronicles: The British Export Bubble of 1810 and Pegged versus Floating Exchange Rates
With James Narron and David Skeie
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, September 05, 2014

Crisis Chronicles: The Hamburg Crisis of 1799 and How Extreme Winter Weather Still Disrupts the Economy
With James Narron and David Skeie
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, August 08, 2014

Parting Reflections on the Series on Large and Complex Banks
With James McAndrews
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, April 04, 2014

Why Large Bank Failures Are So Messy and What to Do about It?
With James McAndrews, Joao Santos, and Tanju Yorulmazer
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, April 04, 2014

Introducing a Series on Large and Complex Banks
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, March 25, 2014

Piggy Banks
With Katherine Samolyk
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, May 29, 2013

The Role of Bank Credit Enhancements in Securitization
With Benjamin H. Mandel and Chenyang Wei
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, July 18, 2012

Is the 2005 Bankruptcy Reform Working?
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, June 04, 2012

What's Driving Up Money Growth?
With James McAndrews and James Vickery
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, May 23, 2012

Do Payday Lenders Target Minorities?
With Kevin J. Pan
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, February 08, 2012

Stress Test Success and Bank Opacity
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, May 25, 2011


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