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Author:Bergman, William J. 

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Netting, financial contracts, and banks: the economic implications

Derivatives and certain other off-balance sheet contracts enjoy special legal protection on insolvent counterparties through a process referred to as 'close-out netting.' This paper explores the legal status and economic implications of this protection. While this protection benefits major derivatives dealers and derivatives markets, it is less clear that other market participants or markets in general are better or worse off. While we are not able to conclude whether or not these protections are socially optimal, we outline the wide range of issues that a general consideration of the pros ...
Working Paper Series , Paper WP-04-02

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1995 economic outlook: 1994 will be a tough act to follow

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1991 outlook-stumbling over uncertainty

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The midwest economy: still a swan

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The revival of the Rust Belt: fleeting fancy or durable good?

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Tracking the Midwest recovery: output and employment

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The new Midwest in recession and recovery

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1992 outlook: a question of confidence

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1993 outlook: recovery amidst restructuring

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1994 economic outlook: hopes become beliefs

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