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Credit bureaus in Asia

Rising personal income levels and increasingly competitive lending markets have led to rapidly growing consumer credit in Asian economies during the past decade. However, in many cases this expansion of credit outstripped financial institutions ability to manage the associated increase in credit risk. The rising number of credit card defaults and subsequent personal bankruptcies in economies including South Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan in the early- to mid-2000s demonstrated the need for Asian lending institutions to employ more robust credit risk management tools. Credit bureaus, which ...
Asia Focus , Issue Oct

Journal Article
Putting Housing Program Delivery into High Gear

A look at how affordable housing advocates are working with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to reduce operating and transaction costs and elevate performance within existing federal housing programs.
Community Investments , Issue 01

Journal Article
Building bridges in low- and moderate-income communities

Community Investments , Volume 18 , Issue Spr

Journal Article
OPEC: $27? $30? $40?

FRBSF Economic Letter

Journal Article
Black gold

FRBSF Economic Letter

Conference Paper
An empirical evaluation of the McKinnon proposal

Proceedings , Issue Aug , Pages 61-80

Speech
Monetary policy, money, and inflation

Presentation to the Western Economic Association International, San Francisco, CA, July 2, 2012
Speech , Paper 107

Speech
Credit, housing, commodities, and the economy

Speech to the Certified Financial Analysts Institute, Annual Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, May 13, 2008
Speech , Paper 55

Journal Article
Slower growth shows through to income and spending

Western economic developments , Issue Dec , Pages 1

Working Paper
Asset price declines and real estate market illiquidity: evidence from Japanese land values

We develop an overlapping generations model of the real estate market in which search frictions and a debt overhang combine to generate price persistence and illiquidity. Illiquidity stems from heterogeneity in agent real estate valuations. The variance of agent valuations determines how quickly prices adjust following a shock to fundamentals. We examine the predictions of the model by studying price depreciation in Japanese land values subsequent to the 1990 stock market crash. Commercial land values fell much more quickly than residential land values. As we would posit that the variance of ...
Working Paper Series , Paper 2004-16

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