Economic Policy Review Executive Summaries
Economic Policy Review articles in abridged form
2013 Executive Summaries
Economic Policy Review
December Volume 19, Number 2

Shadow Banking
Zoltan Pozsar, Tobias Adrian, Adam Ashcraft, and Hayley Boesky

The Rising Gap between Primary and Secondary Mortgage Rates
Andreas Fuster, Laurie Goodman, David Lucca, Laurel Madar, Linsey Molloy, and Paul Willen

Precarious Slopes? The Great Recession, Federal Stimulus, and New Jersey Schools
Rajashri Chakrabarti and Sarah Sutherland

Economic Policy Review
MayVolume 19, Number 1

TBA Trading and Liquidity in the Agency MBS Market
James Vickery and Joshua Wright

Unintended Consequences of School Accountability Policies: Evidence from Florida and Implications for New York
Rajashri Chakrabarti and Noah Schwartz

Trading Activity and Price Transparency in the Inflation Swap Market
Michael J. Fleming and John R. Sporn

2012 Executive Summaries
Economic Policy Review
NovemberVolume 18, Number 3

Housing Busts and Household Mobility: An Update
Fernando Ferreira, Joseph Gyourko, and Joseph Tracy

Key Mechanics of the U.S. Tri-Party Repo Market
Adam Copeland, Darrell Duffie, Antoine Martin, and Susan McLaughlin

Economic Policy Review
MarchVolume 18, Number 1

Settlement Liquidity and Monetary Policy Implementation—Lessons from the Financial Crisis
Morten L. Bech, Antoine Martin, and James McAndrews

The Microstructure of the TIPS Market
Michael J. Fleming and Neel Krishnan

Subprime Foreclosures and the 2005 Bankruptcy Reform
Donald P. Morgan, Benjamin Iverson, and Matthew Botsch

2010 Executive Summaries

Program Design, Incentives and Response: Evidence from Educational Interventions
Rajashri Chakrabarti

Policy Analysis Using DSGE Models: An Introduction
Argia M. Sbordone, Andrea Tambalotti, Krishna Rao, and Kieran Walsh

The Introduction of the TMPG Fails Charge for U.S. Treasury Securities
Kenneth D. Garbade, Frank M. Keane, Lorie Logan, Amanda Stokes, and Jennifer Wolgemuth

2009 Executive Summaries
Economic Policy Review
July Volume 15, Number 1

Below the Line: Estimates of Negative Equity among Nonprime Mortgage Borrowers
Andrew F. Haughwout and Ebiere Okah

2008 Executive Summaries
Economic Policy Review
SeptemberVolume 14, Number 2

Intraday Liquidity Management: A Tale of Games Banks Play
Morten L. Bech

An Economic Analysis of Liquidity-Saving Mechanisms
Antoine Martin and James McAndrews

Divorcing Money from Monetary Policy
Todd Keister, Antoine Martin, and James McAndrews

Global Trends in Large-Value Payments
Morten L. Bech, Christine Preisig, and Kimmo Soramäki

Changes in the Timing Distribution of Fedwire Funds Transfers
Olivier Armantier, Jeffrey Arnold, and James McAndrews

Understanding Risk Management in Emerging Retail Payments
Michele Braun, James McAndrews, William Roberds, and Richard Sullivan

An Economic Perspective on the Enforcement of Credit Arrangements: The Case of Daylight Overdrafts inFedwire
Antoine Martin and David C. Mills

Economic Policy Review
JulyVolume 14, Number 1

Signal or Noise? Implications of the Term Premium for Recession Forecasting
Joshua V. Rosenberg and Samuel Maurer

Why the U.S. Treasury Began Auctioning Treasury Bills in 1929
Kenneth D. Garbade

2007 Executive Summaries
Economic Policy Review
DecemberVolume 13, Number 3

Hedge Funds, Financial Intermediation, and Systemic Risk
John Kambhu, Til Schuermann, and Kevin J. Stiroh

A Comparison of Measures of Core Inflation
Robert Rich and Charles Steindel

The Role of Retail Banking in the U.S. Banking Industry: Risk, Return, and Industry Structure
Timothy Clark, Astrid Dick, Beverly Hirtle, Kevin Stiroh, and Robard Williams

Economic Policy Review
MarchVolume 13, Number 1

Financial Sector FDI and Host Countries: New and OldLessons
Linda S. Goldberg

Trends in Financial Market Concentration and Their Implications for Market Stability
Nicola Cetorelli, Beverly Hirtle, Donald Morgan, Stavros Peristiani, and João Santos

The Emergence of “Regular and Predictable” as a Treasury Debt Management Strategy
Kenneth D. Garbade

2006 Executive Summaries
Economic Policy Review
MayVolume 12, Number 1

Trading Risk, Market Liquidity, and Convergence Trading in the Interest Rate Swap Spread
John Kambhu

Local or State? Evidence on Bank Market Size Using Branch Prices
Paul Edelstein and Donald P. Morgan

The Evolution of Repo Contracting Conventions in the 1980s
Kenneth D. Garbade

2005 Executive Summaries
Economic Policy Review
DecemberVolume 11, Number 2

Exogenous Shocks and the Dynamics of City Growth: Evidence from New York
Andrew F. Haughwout and Bess Rabin

2004 Executive Summaries
Economic Policy Review
DecemberVolume 10, Number 3

Are Home Prices the Next "Bubble"?
Jonathan McCarthy and Richard W. Peach

The Historical and Recent Behavior of Goods and Services Inflation
Richard Peach, Robert Rich, and Alexis Antoniades

Origins of the Federal Reserve Book-Entry System
Kenneth D. Garbade

Economizing on Liquidity with Deferred Settlement Mechanisms
Kurt Johnson, James J. McAndrews, and KimmoSoramäki

Economic Policy Review
MayVolume 10, Number 1

Industry-Specific Exchange Rates for the United States
Linda S. Goldberg

Exchange Rate Changes and Net Positions of Speculators in the Futures Market
Thomas Klitgaard and Laura Weir

The Institutionalization of Treasury Note and Bond Auctions, 1970-75
Kenneth D. Garbade
2003 Executive Summaries
Economic Policy Review
SeptemberVolume 9, Number 3

What Market Risk Capital Reporting Tells Us about BankRisk
Beverly J. Hirtle

Measuring Treasury Market Liquidity
Michael J. Fleming
Economic Policy Review
Special Issue: "Corporate Governance: What Do We Know, and What Is Different about Banks?"
AprilVolume 9, Number 1

Is Corporate Governance Different for Bank Holding Companies?
Renée Adams and Hamid Mehran
2002 Executive Summaries

Economic Policy Review
Special Issue: "The Economic Effects of September 11"
NovemberVolume 8, Number 2

Measuring the Effects of the September 11 Attack on New York City
Jason Bram, James Orr, and Carol Rapaport

What Will Homeland Security Cost?
Bart Hobijn

When the Back Office Moved to the Front Burner: Settlement Fails in the Treasury Market after 9/11

Michael J. Fleming and Kenneth D. Garbade

Liquidity Effects of the Events of September 11, 2001
James J. McAndrews and Simon M. Potter

Has September 11 Affected New York City's Growth Potential?
Jason Bram, Andrew Haughwout, and James Orr

Terrorism and the Resilience of Cities
James Harrigan and Philippe Martin

Economic Policy Review
Proceedings of the conference "Financial Innovation and Monetary Transmission"
MayVolume 8, Number 1

Are Reserve Requirements Still Binding?
Paul Bennett and Stavros Peristiani

Assessing Changes in the Monetary Transmission Mechanism: A VAR Approach
Jean Boivin and Marc Giannoni

Monetary Policy Transmission through the Consumption-Wealth Channel
Sydney Ludvigson, Charles Steindel, and Martin Lettau

Monetary Policy Transmission to Residential Investment
Jonathan McCarthy and Richard W. Peach

On the Causes of the Increased Stability of the U.S. Economy
James A. Kahn, Margaret M. McConnell, and Gabriel Perez-Quiros

Credit Effects in the Monetary Mechanism
Cara S. Lown and Donald P. Morgan

Securitization and the Efficacy of Monetary Policy
Arturo Estrella
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