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Volume 10, Number 2, September 2004

Beyond Pillar 3 in International Banking Regulation: Disclosure and Market Discipline of Financial Firms
Proceedings of a Conference Cosponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Jerome A. Chazen Institute of International Business at Columbia Business School,
October 2-3, 2003

Press release
Opening RemarksPDF2 pages / 47 kb
Jamie B. Stewart, Jr.
Conference Overview and Summary of Papers
PDF4 pages / 52 kb
Donald P. Morgan and Frederic S. Mishkin
Rebalancing the Three Pillars of Basel II
PDF15 pages / 177 kb

Jean-Charles Rochet
CommentaryPDF4 pages / 56 kb
Darryll Hendricks
CommentaryPDF4 pages / 75 kb
Jeremy C. Stein
Disclosure, Volatility, and Transparency: An Empirical Investigation into the Value of Bank Disclosure
PDF15 pages / 138 kb
Ursel Baumann and Erlend Nier
CommentaryPDF2 pages / 46 kb
Charles W. Calomiris
CommentaryPDF3 pages / 46 kb
Eric Rosengren
Market Indicators, Bank Fragility, and Indirect Market DisciplinePDF10 pages / 135 kb
Reint Gropp, Jukka Vesala, and Giuseppe Vulpes
CommentaryPDF3 pages / 44 kb
Mark J. Flannery
CommentaryPDF5 pages / 53 kb
Jose A. Lopez
A Reconsideration of the Risk Sensitivity of U.S. Banking Organization Subordinated Debt Spreads: A Sample Selection ApproachPDF20 pages / 201 kb
Daniel M. Covitz, Diana Hancock, and Myron L. Kwast
CommentaryPDF3 pages / 41 kb
Kevin J. Stiroh
Risk and Return of Publicly Held versus Privately Owned BanksPDF11 pages / 95 kb
Simon H. Kwan
CommentaryPDF5 pages / 62 kb
Philip E. Strahan
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