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The Geographic Distribution and Characteristics of U.S. Bank Failures, 2007-2010: Do Bank Failures Still Reflect Local Economic Conditions? (ICPSR 34711) RSS

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The financial crisis and recession that began in 2007 brought a sharp increase in the number of bank failures in the United States. This article investigates characteristics of banks that failed and regional patterns in bank failure rates during 2007-2010. The article compares the recent experience with that of 1987-1992, when the United States last experienced a high number of bank failures.

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Aubuchon, Craig P., and David C. Wheelock. The Geographic Distribution and Characteristics of U.S. Bank Failures, 2007-2010: Do Bank Failures Still Reflect Local Economic Conditions?. ICPSR34711-v1. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2013-06-19. http://doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR34711.v1

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Subject Terms:   bank failures, economic conditions, economic crises, financial industry

Geographic Coverage:   United States

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  • 1984--2010

Data Types:   administrative records data

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