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Last Updated: February 15, 2022

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Most Recently Published Staff Studies

Legal Claims and Administrative Enforcement Proceedings
2008-2013 Banking Crisis

Staff Studies Report No. 2022-02
Dominic Arni, Patricia Butler, Melanie Coates, Gregory Conway, Aaron Forester, Christine Hsu, B. Amon James, Thomas Johnson, Roberta Koss, Cheryl Marken, Sydney Mayer, Jeffrey Schmitt, Rex Taylor, and Merlene White

Construction and Evaluation of an NSFR Proxy Using Publicly Available Data

Staff Studies Report No. 2022-01
Robert M. Miller, Daniel Nguyen, and Derek Thieme

Private-Equity-Backed Acquisitions of Failed Banks, 2008–2013

Staff Studies Report No. 2021-01
George French, Donald Hamm, Scott Leifer, Derek Sturtevant, Ann Taylor, and Catherine Topping

Economies of Scale in Community Banks

Staff Studies Report No. 2020-06
Stefan Jacewitz, Troy Kravitz, and George Shoukry

FDIC Resolution Tasks and Approaches: A Comparison of the 1980 to 1994 and 2008 to 2013 Crises

Staff Studies Report No. 2020-05
Lynn Shibut and George de Verges

Measurement of Small Business Lending Using Call Reports: Further Insights From the Small Business Lending Survey

Staff Studies Report No. 2020-04
Jacob Goldston and Yan Y. Lee

Analyzing the Community Bank Leverage Ratio

Staff Studies Report No. 2020-03
Bert Loudis, Daniel Nguyen, and Carlo Wix

Two Crises: A Comparison

Staff Studies Report No. 2020-02
Lee Davison

A History of Risk-Based Premiums at the FDIC

Staff Studies Report No. 2020-01
Edward Garnett, LaVaughn Henry, Daniel Hoople, Ashley Mihalik
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