Dollar Funding and the Lending Behavior of Global Banks
NBER Working Paper No. 18528
---- Acknowledgements ----
We are grateful for helpful comments from Michael Palumbo, and from seminar participants at Northwestern University (Kellogg), the Banque de France/OSEO Conference, and the 4th Paris Spring Corporate Finance Conference. We thank Peter Crane from Crane Data LLC for sharing money-market-fund data with us, Toomas Laarits and Chris Allen for research assistance, and the Division of Research at Harvard Business School for research support. The analysis and conclusions set forth are those of the authors and do not indicate concurrence by other members of the Board of Governors. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.
---- Disclosure of Financial Relationships for Jeremy C. Stein ----
November 2012, Jeremy C. Stein, Outside Activities Since 2006
A. Compensated Activities*
Real Colegio Complutense, 2008.
Credit Agricole Cheuvreux, 2009.
Duisenberg School of Finance, 2010.
Deutsche Bank, 2010.
State Street, 2010.
Alliance Bernstein, 2010.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch, 2011.
Guggenheim Partners: design of quantitative asset-management strategies, 2005-2007.
The Clearing House Association: unpublished paper with Anil Kashyap and Samuel Hanson, “An Analysis of the Impact of ‘Substantially Heightened’ Capital Requirements on Large Financial Institutions,” 2010.
U.S. Treasury Department: Senior Advisor to the Secretary; and concurrently, staff of National Economic Council, February-July 2009.
Journal of Economic Perspectives: co-editor, 2007-2008.
Quarterly Journal of Economics: co-editor, 2011-2012.
Northwestern University: visiting scholar, 2009.
B. Significant Non-Compensated Activities
American Finance Association: President, 2008; President-Elect, 2007; Vice-President, 2006; Board of Directors, 2009-2011.
Financial Advisory Roundtable, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 2006-2012.
Squam Lake Group, 2008-2012.
* Excludes honoraria from non-profit institutions, government agencies, and academic journals of $3,000 or less in a given year, and payments from for-profit firms of $500 or less in a given year.