R. Alton Gilbert

Standard Vita

Education

Ph.D. Economics
Texas A&M University
1972

B.A. Economics
Lamar University
1966

Contact Info

Email: gilberteconomics@charter.net

R. Alton Gilbert

Books and Conference Proceedings

"Can Feedback From the Jumbo CD Market Improve Off-Site Surveillance of Community Banks?"
with A. Meyer and M. Vaughan
in G. Kaufman, ed., Prompt Corrective Action Ten Years Latter, New York, JAI/Elsevier Press, 2002, 14, Part I.

"Comments on Financial Reform and Stability: Systemic Issues"
The Asian Regional Seminar
Hyderabad, India - March 29-31, 2001

"The Role of a CAMEL Downgrade Model in Bank Surveillance"
with Andrew P. Meyer and Mark D. Vaughan
in G. Kaufman, ed., Bank Fragility and Regulation: Evidence from Different Countries, New York, JAI/Elsevier Press, 2000, 12, Part III.

"Does the Publication of Supervisory Enforcement Actions add to Market Discipline?"
with Mark D. Vaughan
in G. Kaufman, ed., Bank Crises: Causes, Analysis and Prevention, New York, JAI/Elsevier Press, 1998, 10, Part III, pp. 259-80.

"The Benefits of Annual Bank Examinations"
in George Kaufman, ed., Research in Financial Services, New York, JAI Press, 1994, 6, pp. 215-48.

Editor, The Changing Market in Financial Services
Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1992.

"Comments on Examination and Enforcement"
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, History of the Eighties, Lessons for the Future
Symposium Proceedings, January 16, 1997, 2, pp. 5-10.

"Implications of Banking Consolidation for the Financing of Rural America"
Proceedings of the Conference on Financing Rural America
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, April 1997, pp. 131-45.

"Financial Regulation in the Information Age"
in James A. Dorn, ed., The Future of Money in the Information Age, Washington, DC, Cato Institute, 1997, pp. 71-79.

"A Comparison of Proposals to Restructure the US Financial System"
in Dimitri B. Papadimitriou, ed., Stability in the US Financial System, New York, St. Martin's Press, 1996, 214-41.

"Federal Reserve Lending to Banks That Failed: Implications for the Bank Insurance Fund"
in Allin F. Cottrell, Michael Lawlor and John Wood, eds., The Causes and Costs of Depository Institution Failures, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995, pp. 93-117.

"Federal Reserve Lending to Banks that Failed: Implications for the Bank Insurance Fund"
Proceedings of the 30th Conference on Bank Structure and Competition
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, May 1994, pp. 229-40.

Discussant Comments, in Richard Randall, ed., Safeguarding the Banking System in a Environment of Financial Cycles
Proceedings of a symposium at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, November 1993, pp. 138-46.

Discussant Comments on Regulatory Intervention
Proceedings of the 28th Conference on Bank Structure and Competition
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, May 1992, pp. 145-50.

"Supervision of Undercapitalized Banks: Is There a Case for Change?"
Proceedings of the 27th Conference on Bank Structure and Competition
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, May 1991, pp. 335-57.

"A Re-Examination of the History of Bank Failures, Contagion and Banking Panics"
Proceedings of the 24th Conference on Bank Structure and Competition
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, May 1988, pp. 128-52.

"Local Economic Effects of Bank Failures"
with Levis A. Kochin
Proceedings of the 25th Conference on Bank Structure and Competition
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, May 1987, pp. 341-56.

"Economies of Scale in Correspondent Banking"
Proceedings of the 20th Conference on Bank Structure and Competition
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, April 1982, pp. 244-61.

"Effectiveness of State Reserve Requirements"
Proceedings of the 16th Conference on Bank Structure and Competition
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, April 27-28, 1978, pp. 292-323.

"Measures of Potential for De Novo Entry in Bank Acquisition Cases: An Evaluation"
Proceedings of the 12th Conference on Bank Structure and Competition
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, March 28-29, 1974, pp.159-70.


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