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Connectedness and ContagionProtecting the Financial System from Panics$
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Hal S. Scott

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780262034371

Published to MIT Press Scholarship Online: January 2017

DOI: 10.7551/mitpress/9780262034371.001.0001

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Connectedness and Contagion
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Keywords:   contagion, 2008 financial crisis, nonbank financial institutions, financial policy, investment banks, money market, commercial paper markets, interbank lending, secured repo markets, Federal Reserve

Keywords:   2008 financial crisis, financial policy, lender of last resort, Federal Reserve, First Bank of the United States, Second Bank of the United States, federal banks, monetary policy, financial stability

Keywords:   Dodd–Frank Act, Federal Reserve, financial policy, lender of last resort, loans, monetary policy

Keywords:   Federal Reserve, Bank of England, European Central Bank, Bank of Japan, financial policy, lender of last resort, Dodd–Frank Act, monetary policy

Keywords:   lender of last resort, Federal Reserve, financial policy, mutual market funds, financial regulation, regulatory reform, monetary policy

Keywords:   Federal Reserve, financial policy, financial regulation, liability insurance, Dodd–Frank, deposit insurance, insurance pricing, ex ante pricing, option pricing, monetary policy

Keywords:   insurance, money market mutual funds, financial policy, contagions, financial regulation, lender of last resort, liquidity support, monetary policy

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