No . 2005-03 Are the Causes of Bank Distress Changing ? Can Researchers Keep Up ?

@inproceedings{King2004No2,
  title={No . 2005-03 Are the Causes of Bank Distress Changing ? Can Researchers Keep Up ?},
  author={Thomas B. King and Daniel A. Nuxoll and Timothy J. Yeager},
  year={2004}
}
represent the nature of bank deterioration. Indeed, the few observations that we have of recent bank failures provide evidence consistent with this hypothesis. The changes in the banking environment call for renewed research into the causes of bank distress. The federal supervisory agencies have established research programs pursuing this goal, but—because regulatory banking economists often work on projects with confidential data and because many ongoing projects are not formally disclosed to… CONTINUE READING
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