Jon R. Moen

University of Mississippi - Department of Economics

371 Holman Hall

University, MS 38677

United States

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Scholarly Papers (9)

1.

The Call Loan Market in the U.S. Financial System Prior to the Federal Reserve System

FRB of Atlanta Working Paper No. 2003-43
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 10 Feb 2004
Jon R. Moen and Ellis W. Tallman
University of Mississippi - Department of Economics and Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
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Financial crisis, unit banking, correspondent banking

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Liquidity Creation Without a Lender of Last Resort: Clearinghouse Loan Certificates in the Banking Panic of 1907

Revision of FRB of Atlanta Working Paper No. 2006-23
Number of pages: 48 Posted: 04 Dec 2006 Last Revised: 06 Jul 2014
Ellis W. Tallman and Jon R. Moen
Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and University of Mississippi - Department of Economics
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clearing house, financial crisis, panic, lender of last resort

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New York and the Politics of Central Banks, 1781 to the Federal Reserve Act

FRB of Atlanta Working Paper No. 2003-42
Number of pages: 44 Posted: 10 Feb 2004
Jon R. Moen and Ellis W. Tallman
University of Mississippi - Department of Economics and Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
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Financial crisis, central bank, banking legislation

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Why Didn't the United States Establish a Central Bank until after the Panic of 1907?

Number of pages: 31 Posted: 25 Jan 2015
Jon R. Moen and Ellis W. Tallman
University of Mississippi - Department of Economics and Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
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central bank, banking panics, National Banking Era

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The Transmission of the Financial Crisis in 1907: An Empirical Investigation

Number of pages: 53 Posted: 05 Sep 2014
Ellis W. Tallman and Jon R. Moen
Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and University of Mississippi - Department of Economics
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banking panic, asset price, asset volatility, correlation risk, correspondent banking

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Liquidity Creation Without a Lender of Last Resort: Clearing House Loan Certificates in the Banking Panic of 1907

FRB of Cleveland Policy Discussion Paper No. 2010-10
Number of pages: 49 Posted: 11 Aug 2010
Jon R. Moen and Ellis W. Tallman
University of Mississippi - Department of Economics and Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
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Financial crises, banking panic of 1907, currency premium, liquidity provision

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Close But Not a Central Bank: The New York Clearing House and Issues of Clearing House Loan Certificates

Number of pages: 34 Posted: 15 Nov 2013
Jon R. Moen and Ellis W. Tallman
University of Mississippi - Department of Economics and Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
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Banking crises, lender of last resort, National Banking Era, New York Clearinghouse, clearing house loan certificates, interbank borrowing

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Outside Lending in the NYC Call Loan Market

Number of pages: 23 Posted: 28 Aug 2014 Last Revised: 10 Jan 2015
Jon R. Moen and Ellis W. Tallman
University of Mississippi - Department of Economics and Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
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Bank panic, stock market, credit rationing, rehypothecation

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Clearinghouse Access and Bank Runs: Comparing New York and Chicago During the Panic of 1907

The Journal of Economic History, Vol. 60, No. 1, pp. 145-163, 2000, WP 95-9
Posted: 02 Jul 1998 Last Revised: 06 Aug 2014
Jon R. Moen and Ellis W. Tallman
University of Mississippi - Department of Economics and Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

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