Annotated working bibliography
Coe, Patrick J.”Financial Crisis and the Great Depression: A Regime Switching Approach.”
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (Ohio State University Press) 38.1 (2002): 76-93. Business Source Complete. Web. 11 Nov. 2011
Article goes in dept regarding the U.S. Financial crisis of the 1930s in a regime switching framework. Also further explains how the financial sectors of the first banking panie introduced federal deposit insurance during that time. This information is some what helpful.
Carlson, Mark, and Kris James Mitchener. "Branch Banking, Bank Competition, And Financial
Stability."Journal Of Money, Credit and Banking (Ohio State University Press) 38.5 (2006): 1293-1328. Business Source Complete. Web. 11 Nov. 2011.
Article uses data on national banks from the 1920s and 1930s, to show how branch banking raised levels of competition and increases. Also shows how the effects that bank branching had on its competition and gave them more geographical diversification as well as stability during those years. Loads of information.
Fleisig, Heywood. “Long- Term Capital Flows and the Great Depression: The Role of the United
States,1927-1933.” The Journal of Finance 26.3 (1971): 794-795. Blackwell publishing for the American Finance Association. Web. 11 Nov. 2011.
Article discusses how the Great Depression affected the U.S. Payment balances, long-term lending, and the stock market. Article also mentions international lending and how it affected those countries and compounded their economic issues in turn affecting the U.S. as well. The rest of the article briefly mentions short-term funds, capital flows and other fiscal movements during those years.