Bank Risk of Failure and the Too-Big-to-Fail Policy

Ennis, Huberto M.; Malek, H. S.
March 2005
Economic Quarterly (10697225);Spring2005, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p21
Academic Journal
Discusses the bank risk of failure and the policy regarding a government bailout in the U.S. Effect of the expectation of contingent bailouts on the economy; Reason for the deterioration of the government bailout policy or the too-big-to-fail (TBTF) policy; Important features that tend to interact with the TBTF policy.


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