Daniel Barth

Government of the United States of America – Office of Financial Research

Researcher, Fundamental Research Group

717 14th Street, NW

Washington DC, DC 20005

United States

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Scholarly Papers (5)

Reducing Moral Hazard at the Expense of Market Discipline: The Effectiveness of Double Liability before and during the Great Depression

Number of pages: 61 Posted: 27 Dec 2017 Last Revised: 18 Oct 2018
Haelim Anderson, Daniel Barth and Dong Beom Choi
Government of the United States of America – Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Government of the United States of America – Office of Financial Research and Seoul National University - Business School
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Double Liability, Moral Hazard, Market Discipline, Bank Runs, Great Depression

Reducing Moral Hazard at the Expense of Market Discipline: The Effectiveness of Double Liability Before and During the Great Depression

Office of Financial Research Research Paper No. 18-06
Number of pages: 62 Posted: 15 Oct 2018
Haelim Anderson, Daniel Barth and Dong Beom Choi
Government of the United States of America – Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Government of the United States of America – Office of Financial Research and Seoul National University - Business School
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Double Liability, Moral Hazard, Market Discipline, Bank Runs, Great Depression, Financial Stability

Reducing Moral Hazard at the Expense of Market Discipline: The Effectiveness of Double Liability Before and During the Great Depression

FDIC Center for Financial Research Paper No. 2018-05
Number of pages: 62 Posted: 22 Oct 2018
Haelim Anderson, Daniel Barth and Dong Beom Choi
Government of the United States of America – Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Government of the United States of America – Office of Financial Research and Seoul National University - Business School
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Double Liability, Moral Hazard, Market Discipline, Bank Runs, Great Depression

Reducing Moral Hazard at the Expense of Market Discipline: The Effectiveness of Double Liability before and During the Great Depression

FRB of New York Staff Report No. 869
Number of pages: 62 Posted: 18 Oct 2018
Haelim Anderson, Daniel Barth and Dong Beom Choi
Government of the United States of America – Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Government of the United States of America – Office of Financial Research and Seoul National University - Business School
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double liability, moral hazard, market discipline, bank runs, Great Depression

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Genetic Ability, Wealth, and Financial Decision-Making

IZA Discussion Paper No. 10567
Number of pages: 55 Posted: 27 Feb 2017
Government of the United States of America – Office of Financial Research, Johns Hopkins University Department of Economics and New York University, Dept of Economics
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wealth, inequality, portfolio decisions, beliefs, education and genetics

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The Costs and Beliefs Implied by Direct Stock Ownership

ECB Working Paper No. 1657
Number of pages: 55 Posted: 20 Mar 2014
Daniel Barth
Government of the United States of America – Office of Financial Research
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household beliefs, research costs, under-diversification, direct stock ownership

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Genetic Endowments and Wealth Inequality

NBER Working Paper No. w24642
Number of pages: 63 Posted: 30 May 2018
Government of the United States of America – Office of Financial Research, Johns Hopkins University Department of Economics and New York University, Dept of Economics
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Identifying Idiosyncratic Career Taste and Skill with Income Risk

Andrew Young School of Policy Studies Research Paper Series No. 13-10
Number of pages: 51 Posted: 22 Jun 2013
Stephen H. Shore, Daniel Barth and Shane Jensen
Georgia State University, Government of the United States of America – Office of Financial Research and University of Pennsylvania - Statistics Department
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occupational choice, career choice, income risk, idiosyncratic taste and skill