Failed Bank Resolution and the Collateral Crunch: The Advantages of Adopting Transferable Puts
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- Eric S. Rosengren & Katerina Simons, 1992. "Failed bank resolution and the collateral crunch: the advantages of adopting transferable puts," Working Papers 92-5, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
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