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Optimal Monetary Policy and Economic Growth With Joydeep Bhattacharya and Joseph Haslag European Economic Review,Forthcoming
Liquidity-Saving Mechanisms With Jamie McAndrews Journal of Monetary Economics,Forthcoming
Financial intermediaries, markets, and growth With Falko Fecht and Kevin Huang Journal of Money, Credit, and BankingForthcoming
Who is afraid of the Friedman rule? With Joydeep Bhattacharya, Joseph Haslag, and Rajesh Singh Economic Inquiry,Forthcoming
Payment Networks in a Search Model of Money With Mike Orlando and David Skeie Review of Economic Dynamics,11, 2008 104-132
Barriers to network-specific innovation With Mike Orlando Review of Economic Dynamics,10, 2007 705 - 728
Optimality of the Friedman rule in overlapping generations model with spatial separation With Joseph Haslag Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking,39, 2007 1741 - 1758
Currency competition: A partial vindication of Hayek With Stacey Schreft Journal of Monetary Economics53, 2006 2085 - 2111
Suboptimality of the Friedman rule in Townsend's turnpike and limited communication models of money: Do finite lives and initial dates matter? With Joydeep Bhattacharya and Joseph Haslag Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control,30, 2006 879 - 897
Contracts and money revisited With Cyril Monnet Topics in Macroeconomics,6, No. 1, Article 1. 2006
Endogenous multiple currencies Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking,38, 2006 247 - 264
Liquidity provision vs. deposit insurance: Preventing bank panics without moral hazard Economic Theory,28, 2006 197 - 211
Heterogeneity, redistribution, and the Friedman rule With Joydeep Bhattacharya and Joseph Haslag International Economic Review,46, 2005 437 - 454
Optimal pricing of intra-day liquidity Journal of Monetary Economics,51, 2004 401 - 424
An economic analysis of liquidity saving mechanisms With Jamie McAndrews Federal Reserve Bank of New York Economic Policy ReviewForthcoming
Currency competition The Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy,Ramkishen S. Rajan and Kenneth A. Reinert, eds., Princeton University Press. Forthcoming
Multiple currencies The Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy,Ramkishen S. Rajan and Kenneth A. Reinert, eds., Princeton University Press. Forthcoming
The Provision of Central Bank Liquidity under Asymmetric Information With James Chapman Bank of Canada Financial System ReviewDecember 2007 83 - 86
Is competition in the financial sector a good thing? With Falko Fecht Journal of Financial Transformation,17, 2006 123 - 129
La réaction des banques centrales aux crises financières Horizons Bancaires328. Mars 2006
Recent evolution of large-value payment system: Balancing liquidity and risk Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Economic Review,Q.1. 2005
Innovation on networks: Coordination, governance, and the case of VISA With Matthew Cardillo and Michael Orlando Journal of Financial Transformation,12, 2004 104 - 106
A guide to deposit insurance reform Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Economic Review,Q.1. 2003
Antoine Martin's CVThe views expressed in the papers listed on this page are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the position of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York or the Federal Reserve System.