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Rules and Discretion in Life Insurance Regulation
Alejandro H. Drexler, Zain Mohey-Deen, Richard J. Rosen | 2017 | Chicago Fed Letter | No. 373Download
The Goldilocks Problem: How to Get Incentives and Default Waterfalls “Just Right”
John W. McPartland, Rebecca Lewis | 2017 | Economic Perspectives | Vol. 41 | No. 1Download
Corporate Cash Flow and Its Uses
Thomas King, Timothy Larach | 2016 | Chicago Fed Letter | No. 368Download
Do Insurers in Catastrophe-Prone Regions Buy Enough Reinsurance?
Florentine M. Eloundou Nekoul, Alejandro H. Drexler | 2016 | Chicago Fed Letter | No. 360Download
Have Borrowers Recovered from Foreclosures during the Great Recession?
Sharada Dharmasankar, Bhash Mazumder | 2016 | Chicago Fed Letter | No. 370Download
Interest Rates or Haircuts? Prices Versus Quantities in the Market for Collateralized Risky Loans
Robert Barsky, Theodore Bogusz, Matthew Easton | 2016 | Working Paper | No. 2016-19Download
Measuring Interest Rate Risk in the Life Insurance Sector: The U.S. and the U.K.
Daniel Hartley, Anna Paulson, Richard J. Rosen | 2016 | Working Paper | No. 2016-02Download
Mortgage Refinancing during the Great Recession: The Role of Credit Scores
Gene Amromin, Benjamin J. Keys, Michael J. Murto | 2016 | Chicago Fed Letter | No. 355Download
Resolving Central Counterparties after Dodd-Frank: Are They Eligible for "Orderly Liquidation"?
Robert Steigerwald, David W. DeCarlo | 2016 | Policy Discussion Paper | Vol. PDP | No. 2016-01 | SeptemberDownload