Mark A Carlson
This author no longer works for the BIS.
|Date||BIS research papers|
Did the founding of the Federal Reserve affect the vulnerability of the interbank system to contagion risk?
BIS Working Papers No 598
Other authors: David C Wheelock
Near-money premiums, monetary policy, and the integration of money markets: lessons from deregulation
BIS Working Papers No 581
Other authors: David C Wheelock
BIS Working Papers No 554
Other authors: Jonathan Rose
BIS Working Papers No 535
Other authors: Charles W Calomiris
Why do we need both liquidity regulations and a lender of last resort? A perspective from Federal Reserve lending during the 2007-09 US financial crisis
BIS Working Papers No 493
- " Corporate governance and risk management at unprotected banks: national banks in the 1890s" (with C Calomiris), Journal of Financial Economics, vol 119(3), March 2016, pp 512-32. Also published as NBER Working Papers, no 19806, 2014.
- " Credit availability and the collapse of the banking sector in the 1930s" (with J Rose), Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, vol 47, issue 7, 2015, pp 1239-71.
- " Lessons from the historical use of reserve requirements in the United States to promote bank liquidity", International Journal of Central Banking, vol 11(1), 2015, pp 191-224.
- "The lender of last resort: lessons from the Fed's first 100 years", in O Humpage (ed), Current policy under the lens of economic history: essays to commemorate the Federal Reserve System's centennial, Cambridge University Press, 2015, pp 49-101.
- " Using policy intervention to identify financial stress" (with K Lewis and W Nelson), International Journal of Finance & Economics, vol 19(1), 2014, pp 59-72.
- "Navigating constraints: The evolution of Federal Reserve monetary policy, 1935-1959" (with D Wheelock), in M Bordo and M Wynne (eds), The Federal Reserve’s Role in the Global Economy, a Historical Perspective, Cambridge University Press, 2016, pp 50-83.
- " Capital ratios and bank lending: a matched bank approach" (with H Shan and M Warusawitharana), Journal of Financial Intermediation, vol 22(4), 2013, pp 663-87.
- " Arresting banking panics: Federal Reserve liquidity provision and the forgotten panic of 1929" (with K Mitchener and G Richardson), Journal of Political Economy, vol 119(5), 2011, pp 889-924.
- " Distress in the financial sector and economic activity" (with T King and K Lewis), Berkeley Economic Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy (Contributions), vol 11(1), 2011, article 35.
- " Alternatives for distressed banks during the Great Depression", Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, March-April, vol 42(2-3), 2010, pp 421-41.
- " Branch banking as a device for discipline: competition and bank survivorship during the Great Depression" (with K Mitchener), Journal of Political Economy, April, vol 117(2), 2009, pp 165-210.
- " Branch banking, bank competition, and financial stability" (with K Mitchener), Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, August, vol 38(5), 2006, pp 1293-1328.
- " Rating agencies and sovereign debt rollover" (with G Hale), Berkeley Economic Journals in Macroeconomics: Topics in Macroeconomics, vol 6(2), 2006, article 8.
- " Causes of bank suspension in the panic of 1893", Explorations in Economic History, January, vol.42(1), 2006, pp 56-80.
- "Are branch banks better survivors: evidence from the Great Depression", Economic Inquiry, January, vol 42(1), 2004, pp 111-26.