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We apply a demand-based approach to study consumer behavior in the credit card market. Using a national database of U.S. card accounts, we find consumers internalize both rates and fees when making purchasing, borrowing, and late payment decisions on their card. Moreover, price effects broadly...
We examine the relationship between US national banks’ local market shares and the economic fragility of the counties in which they operate. We find that counties with national banks that have large local market shares experience a greater fluctuation in their income growth in the subsequent...
We find strong evidence that investor diversity is beneficial to loan liquidity: More diverse syndicates, as measured by the number of investor-types or the concentration of loan shares by investor-type, hold loans that have lower quoted bid-ask spreads in the secondary market. These results are...
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