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Money Runs

Jason R. Donaldson, Giorgia Piacentino

NBER Working Paper No. 26298
Issued in September 2019

---- Acknowledgments ----

For valuable comments, we thank David Andolfatto, Vladimir Asriyan, Svetlana Bryzgalova, Charlie Calomiris, Catherine Casamatta, John Cochrane, Doug Diamond, Phil Dybvig, Darrell Duffie, Raj Iyer, Douglas Gale, Brett Green, Robert Hauswald, Todd Keister, Peter Koudijs, Arvind Krishnamurthy, John Kuong, Mina Lee, Hanno Lustig, Nadya Malenko, David Martinez-Miera, Cyril Monnet, Sophie Moinas, Ed Nosal, Guillermo Ordoñez, Dimitri Orlov, Cecilia Parlatore, Sébastien Pouget, Uday Rajan, Roberto Robatto, Hugo Rodriguez, Maya Shaton, Richard Stanton, Bruno Sultanum, Anjan Thakor, Alberto Trejos, Laura Veldkamp, Randy Wright, Victoria Vanasco, Adam Zawadowski, Peter Zimmerman, and seminar participants at Amsterdam Business School, the 9th Annual Conference in Money, Banking, and Asset Markets Conference at the University of Winsconsin, the 17th Annual FDIC Bank Research Conference, the 10th Annual Paul Woolley Conference, the 7th Banco de Portugal Conference on Financial Intermediation, Berkeley, the 2017 CEPR European Summer Finance Symposium at Gerzensee, Columbia, EIEF, the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, the 2018 FIRS Conference, the 2017 FTG Summer Meeting at the LSE, the 2016 IDC Summer Conference, the 2017 OxFIT Conference, the 2017 Summer Workshop on Money, Banking, Payment and Finance (Bank of Canada), Stanford GSB (FRILLS), Stanford (Macro Lunch), the Toulouse School of Economics, the University of Minnesota, WAPFIN@Stern, Washington University in St. Louis, the 2017 WFA, the 2017 Wharton Liquidity and Financial Fragility Conference, and Yale. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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