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Optimal design of bank bailouts

Philippe Aghion

Optimal design of bank bailouts

the case of transition economies

by Philippe Aghion

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Published by European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bank failures -- Government policy.,
  • Banks and banking -- State supervision.,
  • Bank failures -- Law and legislation.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPhilippe Aghion, Patrick Bolton and Steven Fries.
    SeriesWorking paper,, no. 32, Working paper (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development) ;, no. 32.
    ContributionsBolton, Patrick, 1957-, Fries, Steven M., European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC244.A1 W67 no. 32, HG1725 W67 no. 32
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31 p. ;
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL113118M
    LC Control Number99234020
    OCLC/WorldCa40187298

    Banks’ Financial Reporting and Financial System Stability. Viral Acharya. Stern School of Business, New York University Banks’ Financial Reporting and Financial System Stability. measures range from simple book measures based on bank-level bottom-line accounting numbers, such as leverage ratios, to sophisticated market or book Cited by: Having a tougher central supervisor inspecting the bank is optimal ex post, but also gives the bank a strong incentive to hide information ex ante so as to avoid liquidation. This framework rationalizes the range of solutions observed in the USA and the Euro area: local supervision, central supervision, or .

    Bailouts and the Preservation of Competition In this case, the optimal design is simply a standard auction with an optimal reserve price. When bidder entry is endogenous, there are no similar general above their net book value could buy out at a rate of $10/mbf. Firms with losses between. Interventions generate two types of rents. Informational rents arise from opportunistic participation based on private information while macroeconomic rents arise from free riding. Minimizing informational rents is a security design problem and we show that warrants and preferred stocks are the optimal instruments.

    By contrast, when a bank engages in a repo, its assets go up by the cash received but the security sold remains on its books, so its balance sheet increases. OK, but I had thought a lot of repo lending and borrowing occurred in a matched repo book, and if a matched repo book declines, both repo and reverse repo decline, and leverage ratios go up. Real Effects of Bank Capital Structure Ihsan Erman Saracgil November 6, Abstract I present a theory of bank capital structure based on a governance problem between the banker, outside equity investors, and households. The banker determines both the .


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The paper proposes a framework to analyze the effects of various bank bailout policies on bank managers' incentives first to lend prudently and second to disclose truthfully their non-performing loans. It is shown that tough bank closure rules have counterproductive effects on bank managers' incentives to invest and disclose prudently.

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Bank Bailouts, Bail-ins, or No Regulatory Intervention. Our ndings demonstrate that the optimal resolution design requires a delicate balance. For example, a bail-in regime should not be too aggressive, i.e., should not intervene at such a high capital ratio as to ine ciently constrain bank’s activity.

However, it needs to be aggressive. Downloadable. The paper investigates the optimal design of bank bailouts in economies where banks can hide loan losses, and focuses on banking regulation via two Prompt Corrective Action instruments: prohibition of dividends and early closure policy.

The first has a mitigating effort on moral hazard and regulator’s costs but the second instrument has a damaging impact. Saving the Banks: The Political Economy of Bailouts Emiliano Grossman and Cornelia Woll Sciences Po Paris Abstract: How much leeway did governments have in designing bank bailouts and deciding on the height of intervention during the financial crisis.

This paper analyzes comparatively what explains government responses to banking crises. Aug 10,  · This chapter first gathers together our proposals for optimal bank bankruptcy law. Subsequently, it reviews several cases of bank failures from the – financial crisis.

The cases demonstrate the need for bank bankruptcy law and give the first and admittedly imprecise evidence for the validity of the proposals that we hispeq.com: Matej Marinč, Matej Marinč, Razvan Vlahu. DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigationCited by: 1.

Curbing Bailouts Rosas, Guillermo Published by University of Michigan Press Rosas, Guillermo. Curbing Bailouts: Bank Crises and Democratic Accountability in Comparative hispeq.com by: Based on these observations, Philippon and Skreta () theoretically study that information spillover has a direct impact on the optimal design of government bailouts for troubled financial.

The definitive book on the financial crisis of Names the culprits responsible for this tragedy-from financial regulators to politicians Shows how each bailout throughout modern history has impacted what happened in the future Examines why the consumer/taxpayer is left suffering in an economy of bubbles, bailouts, and possible inflation.

A paper by Bank of England (BoE) economists (Brooke et al.) estimated the optimal range for Tier 1 capital requirements to be between 10 and 14 percent. A paper by Federal Reserve Economists (Firestone et al.) put the optimal range at 13 to 26 percent.

Collective Moral Hazard, Maturity Mismatch and Systemic Bailouts Emmanuel Farhi, Jean Tirole. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in July NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth Program, Monetary Economics Program The paper elicits a mechanism by which private leverage choices exhibit strategic complementarities through the reaction of monetary policy.

Debt Overhang and Bank Bailouts. This paper examines the market-price to book-value ratio for bank stock observations from December 31, through June 30, Optimal Design of.

Beige Book Research We conduct world-class research to inform and inspire policymakers and the public. “Bailouts, Time Inconsistency and Optimal Regulation.” Unpublished paper (November): Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Clement, Douglas, and Christopher Phelan.

Too Big to Fail: The Hazards of Bank Bailouts. Brookings. Bailouts “alleviate the undercapitalization of firms during a financial crisis” and speed economic recovery.

Thus, “bailouts constitute a powerful stabilizing force ex post, yet generate modest moral hazard effects when appropriately designed.” Proper design is crucial. 9 There are also many proposals to restrict bank size with taxes, asset caps or otherwise.

In my view, these will not reduce the risk externality problem. Suppose there is a given financial institution with $ billion in assets, and we split the financial institution exactly in half to form two new institutions. Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports Robust Capital Regulation Viral Acharya See, for example, the theoretical analysis of bank bailouts in a world of limited fiscal resources and supporting for regulators to rely on these privately-optimal choices, and the optimal design of capital regulation.

Our proposed capital framework. Jul 10,  · The Role of Central Banks and the Interbank Market in Managing Bank Liquidity During the Global Financial Crisis Downloads; Part of the Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions book series Aghion, P., Bolton, P., & Fries, S.

Optimal Design of Bank Bailouts: The Case of Transition Economies. Journal of Author: Laura Chiaramonte.

Can European bank bailouts work. Author links open overlay panel Dirk Schoenmaker a b Arjen Siegmann b. Show more. where we use the book value of equity of the bank. AcharyaA theory of systemic risk and design of prudential bank regulation. Journal of Financial Stability, 5 Cited by: The aim of this paper is to examine the pros and cons of book and fair value accounting from the perspective of the theory of banking.

We consider the implications of the two accounting methods in an overlapping generations environment. Bank Liquidity and Stability in an Overlapping Generations Model”, Optimal Design of Bank Bailouts Author: Xavier Freixas and Dimitrios P.

Tsomocos. In this setting, bank runs can be first‐best efficient: they allow efficient risk sharing between early and late withdrawing depositors and they allow banks to hold efficient portfolios. However, if costly runs or markets for risky assets are introduced, central bank intervention of the right kind can lead to a Pareto improvement in hispeq.com by: Recognizing this makes it clear that defending large bank bailouts on the grounds that some banks are simply “too big to fail” misrepresents the coordination-cost issue that economists need to analyze.

Incentive compatibility requires that creditors (or their guarantors) obtain the right to control their loss exposure in an insolvent firm.European banking: Bailout, bail-in and state aid brief history of banking crises and banking regulation: The unending search for optimal bank regulation 1.

Banks play two key roles for a proper functioning of a market economy: (i) they organize the payment system by offering households and firms to keep their money in the form of deposits Cited by: