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Most Recently Published Working Papers
Upstream, Downstream & Common Firm Shocks - PDF
FDIC Center for Financial Research Working Paper No. 2022-04
Everett Grant and Julieta Yung
Back to the Real Economy: The Effects of Risk Mispricing on the Term Premium and Bank Lending - PDF
FDIC Center for Financial Research Working Paper No. 2022-03
Kristina Bluwstein and Julieta Yung
Bank Technology and the COVID-19 Pandemic - PDF
FDIC Center for Financial Research Working Paper No. 2022-02
Mark J. Kutzbach and Jonathan Pogach
The Long-Run Effects of Losing Failed Bank Auctions - PDF
FDIC Center for Financial Research Working Paper No. 2022-01
Amanda Rae Heitz
Refinancing Inequality during the COVID-19 Pandemic - PDF
FDIC Center for Financial Research Working Paper No. 2021-08
Sumit Agarwal, Souphala Chomsisengphet, Hua Kiefer, Leonard C. Kiefer and Paolina C. Medina
Determinants of Losses on Construction Loans: Bad Loans, Bad Banks, or Bad Markets? - PDF
FDIC Center for Financial Research Working Paper No. 2021-07
Emily Johnston Ross, Joseph B. Nichols and Lynn Shibut
Capital Controls, Domestic Macroprudential Policy and the Bank Lending Channel of Monetary Policy - PDF
FDIC Center for Financial Research Working Paper No. 2021-06
Andrea Fabiani, Martha López Piñeros, José-Luis Peydró and Paul E. Soto

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The Center for Financial Research (CFR) Working Paper Series allows CFR staff and their coauthors to circulate preliminary research findings to stimulate discussion and critical comment. Views and opinions expressed in CFR Working Papers reflect those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the FDIC or the United States. Comments and suggestions are welcome and should be directed to the authors. References should cite this research as a “FDIC CFR Working Paper” and should note that findings and conclusions in working papers may be preliminary and subject to revision.