The impact of economic slowdowns on financial institutions and their regulators; a symposium jointly sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and the Journal of Financial Intermediation April 17-19, 2002
AbstractThe 1990 recession had a significant impact on the financial landscape both in the United States and in the rest of the world. Large numbers of financial institutions failed, problems in the financial sector reduced credit availability to the real economy, and the recovery from the recession was unusually slow. Are future economic slowdowns likely to have a similar impact on the financial services industry? How are economic slowdowns likely to affect bank financial condition, bank risk management, and bank and financial holding company supervision?
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