Interbank exposures: quantifying the risk of contagion

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C. H. Furfine;

This paper examines the likelihood that failure of one bank would cause the subsequent collapse of a large number of other banks. Using unique data on interbank payment flows, the magnitude of bilateral federal funds exposures is quantified. These exposures are used to ... View more
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