CEO Overconfidence & Financial Crisis: Evidence From Bank Lending & Leverage Po-Hsin Ho Department of Business Administration College of Business National Taipei University New Taipei City 23741, Taiwan Chia-Wei Huang College of Management Yuan Ze University Taoyuan 32003, Taiwan Chih-Yung […]
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Time To Review Federal Deficit Myths by Ben Strubel, Strubel Investment Management Dear Investors, The main election season is almost upon us with the race narrowed down to Donald Trump versus either Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders, with Clinton being […]
Generalists And Specialists In The Credit Market Daniel Fricke University of Oxford – Said Business School; Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School; Kiel Institute for the World Economy Tarik Roukny Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) March […]
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Leveraged Bubbles: Economic Risks Created By Asset Prices Oscar Jorda, Moritz Schularick, Alan M. Taylor H/T Barry RItholtz Abstract What risks do asset price bubbles pose for the economy? This paper studies bubbles in housing and equity markets in 17 […]
A new BIS working paper finds that syndicated interconnectedness causes relatively mild shocks, if they affect the entire network, to be more problematic than the failure of a single active member In 2007, before the financial crisis started unfolding, syndicated […]
A December 1st report from Liberty Street Economics highlights that banks that are seeing increased deposits due to the ongoing fracking boom are lending out very little of their growing cash hoard. Liberty Street’s Matthew Plosser points out that banks […]