Tag: bailout

Bail-In between Liquidity And Solvency

Bail-In between Liquidity And Solvency

Bail-In between Liquidity And Solvency Wolf-Georg Ringe Copenhagen Business School – Department of Law; University of Oxford – Faculty of Law May 24, 2016 Oxford Legal Studies Research Paper No 33/2016 Abstract: The concept of “bailing in” a distressed bank’s […]

Stopping Contagion With Bailouts – OFR

Stopping Contagion With Bailouts – OFR

Stopping Contagion With Bailouts: Microevidence From Pennsylvania Bank Networks During The Panic Of 1884 John Bluedorn International Monetary Fund Haelim Park Office of Financial Research March 30, 2016 Forthcoming in the Journal of Banking and Finance Abstract Using a newly […]

Sovereign To Corporate Credit Risk Spillovers

Sovereign To Corporate Credit Risk Spillovers

Sovereign To Corporate Credit Risk Spillovers Patrick Augustin McGill University, Desautels Faculty of Management Hamid Boustanifar BI Norwegian Business School Johannes H. Breckenfelder European Central Bank (ECB) – Financial Research Jan Schnitzler VU University Amsterdam – Faculty of Economics and […]

The Untouchables On Wall Street – Documentary

The Untouchables On Wall Street – Documentary

A bailout could be done for mere profit, as when a predatory investor resurrects a floundering company by buying its shares at fire-sale prices; for social improvement, as when, hypothetically speaking, a wealthy philanthropist reinvents an unprofitable fast food company […]