Asymmetric Information and Bank Runs

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Gu, Chao;
  • Publisher: Cornell University, Center for Analytical Economics (CAE) Ithaca, NY
  • Subject: sunspot equilibrium | Bankenkrise | G21 | Asymmetrische Information | bank runs | correlated equilibrium | sunspot equilibrium, correlated equilibrium, imperfect coordination, imperfect information. | P11 | imperfect information | Spieltheorie | Theorie | D82 | randomizing device
    • jel: jel:G21 | jel:D82
      ddc: ddc:330

It is known that sunspots can trigger panic-based bank runs and that the optimal banking contract can tolerate panic-based runs. The existing literature assumes that these sunspots are based on a publicly observed extrinsic randomizing device. In this paper, I extend th... View more
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