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disclosure, transparency, complex assets
disclosure, transparency, financial literacy, limited attention, OTC markets
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financial disclosure, information processing, liquidity, market transparency, rational inattention
OTC markets, network, corporate bonds, crisis, intermediation chains, leaning against the wind
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Monetary policy, MBS, quantitative easing, LSAP, Refinancing, deleveraging, HARP, GSE
Monetary policy, Household finance, Refinancing, Contract rigidities, Debt rigidity, MPC, deleveraging
Quantitative easing, money market funds, reaching for yield, risk taking, fund exit, unconventional monetary policy
Great Recession, subprime, credit supply, credit expansion, household leverage, household debt, preemption rule
Unemployment insurance, automatic stabilizers, Bartik shocks, volatility, aggregate demand
learning effect, information sharing, productivity, communication
Financial intermediation, financial networks, secured lending, collateral, repo runs, ABCP collapse
reputation, alphas, flight to safety, hedge funds, John Paulson
Market freeze, arbitrageurs, amplification mechanism, price overshooting, financial crisis, speculation
Great Recession, subprime, complex mortgages, credit supply, competition, household debt, preemption rule
broker networks, institutional investors, asset prices, information
health spending, Great Recession, anti-predatory lending
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