Preventing bank runs

Abstract

Diamond and Dybvig (1983) is commonly understood as a theory of bank runs driven by self-fulfilling prophecies. Their contribution may alternatively be interpreted as a theory for preventing these bank runs. Absent aggregate risk over liquidity demand, they show that a simple scheme which suspends withdrawls when a target level of bank reserves is reached… (More)

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