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Center for Financial Research

Jonathan Pogach


Jonathan Pogach
Chief, Financial Modeling and Research
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
550 17th Street NW
Washington, DC 20429
Phone: 202-898-3653
Fax: 202-898-3500
Email: JPogach@fdic.gov



 Jonathan Pogach Curriculum Vitae - PDF (PDF Help)

  • Publications
  • Working Papers
  • Biography

    Jonathan Pogach is the Chief of the Financial Modeling and Research Section, at the Center for Financial Research in the FDIC Division of Insurance and Research in Washington, DC. His research interests include systemically important financial institutions, dividend policy, internal capital markets at bank holding companies, and executive compensation. Among the issues he has worked on at the FDIC are: deposit insurance pricing, capital requirements, bank liquidity, and innovations in payments systems. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania, from which he also obtained his undergraduate degrees.

  • Publications

    Selected Publications

    Liu, Edith X. and Jonathan Pogach. 2017. “The Effect of Foreign Lending on Domestic Loans: an Analysis of US Global Banks Economics Letters 156, 151-154.

    Kennickell, Arthur B., Myron L. Kwast and Jonathan Pogach. 2017. Small Businesses and Small Business Finance during the Financial Crisis and the Great Recession: New Evidence from the Survey of Consumer Finances. Measuring Entrepreneurial Businesses: Current Knowledge and Challenges. University of Chicago Press.

    Jacewitz, Stefan and Jonathan Pogach. 2016. Deposit Rate Advantages at the Largest Banks, Journal of Financial Services Research. 1-35.

    Kim, Kyungmin and Jonathan Pogach. 2014. Honesty vs. Advocacy. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. Vol. 105, 51-74.

    Cass, David, Abhinash Borah, Maxym Kryshko, Antonio Penta and Jonathan Pogach. 2011. "Robustness of the Uniqueness of Walrasian Equilibrium with Cobb-Douglas Utilities." The Collected Scientific Work of David Cass. Vol. 21, 393.

  • Working Papers

    Working Papers

    Liu, Edith X. and Jonathan Pogach. 2017. Global Banks and Syndicated Loan Spreads: Evidence from U.S. Banks. FDIC Center for Financial Research Working Papers. 2017-01.

    Pogach, Jonathan. 2017. Short Termism of Executive Compensation. FDIC Center for Financial Research Working Papers. 2016-01.

    Guntay, Levent, Stefan Jacewitz and Jonathan Pogach. 2015. Proving Approval: Dividend Regulation and Capital Payout Incentives. FDIC Center for Financial Research Working Papers. 2015-05.

    Pogach, Jonathan and Haluk Unal. “The Dark-Side of Banks’ Nonbank Business: Internal Dividends at Bank Holding Companies.”

  • Presentations

    Presentations

    CONFERENCE
    Jun-2016
    Financial Intermediation Research Society
    Proving Approval: Dividend Regulation and Capital Payout Incentives

    CONFERENCE
    October 2015
    FDIC-JFSR Banking Research Conference
    Proving Approval: Dividend Regulation and Capital Payout Incentives

    CONFERENCE
    Dec-2014
    NBER Conference on Measuring Entrepreneurial Businesses: Current Knowledge and Challenges
    Small Businesses and Small Business Finance during the Financial Crisis and the Great Recession

    CONFERENCE
    Oct-2014
    International Atlantic Economics Society – Special Session on the Future of Large Financial Institutions
    Deposit Rate Advantages at the Largest Banks

    CONFERENCE
    Mar-2014
    Research Task Force of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision
    Deposit Rate Advantages at the Largest Banks

    CONFERENCE
    Nov-2013
    Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis: Quantifying the “Too Big to Fail” Subsidy
    Deposit Rate Advantages at the Largest Banks

    CONFERENCE
    Oct-2013
    FDIC-JFSR Banking Research Conference
    Deposit Rate Advantages at the Largest Ban

    SEMINARS
    May-2015
    American University
    Proving Approval: Dividend Regulation and Capital Payout Incentives

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