Dave Wheelock

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Biography

IDEAS

Education

Ph.D. Economics
University of Illinois
1987

MS Economics
University of Illinois
1984

BS Economics
Iowa State University
1982

Contact Info

Phone: (314) 444-8570
Fax: (314) 444-8731
Email: david.c.wheelock@stls.frb.org

Research Division
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
P.O. Box 442
St. Louis, MO 63166-0442

David C. Wheelock

Articles in Academic Journals and Books

"Why Do Banks Fail? Evidence from the 1920s"
with Lee J. Alston and Wayne A. Grove
Explorations in Economic History, October 1994, 31(4), pp. 409-31.

"Nationwide Branching: The Implications"
Bank Management, Bank Administration Institute, September/October 1994, pp. 54-58.

"'The Slack Banker Dances:' Deposit Insurance and Risk-Taking in the Banking Collapse of the 1920s"
with Subal C. Kumbhakar
Explorations in Economic History, July 1994, 31(4), pp. 357-75.

"Government Policy and Banking Market Structure in the 1920s"
The Journal of Economic History, December 1993, 53(4), pp. 857-79.

"Regulation and Bank Failures: New Evidence from the Agricultural Collapse of the 1920s"
The Journal of Economic History, December 1992, 52(4), pp. 806-25.

"Deposit Insurance and Bank Failures: New Evidence from the 1920s"
Economic Inquiry, July 1992, 30, pp. 530-43.

"Banking Act of 1935"
P. Newman, et. al., eds., The New Palgrave Dictionary of Money and Finance, 1992, 1, p. 135.

"Glass-Steagall Act"
P. Newman, et. al., eds., The New Palgrave Dictionary of Money and Finance, 1992, 2, pp. 243-44.

"Regulation Q"
P. Newman, et. al., eds., The New Palgrave Dictionary of Money and Finance, 1992, 3, pp. 326-27.

"Member Bank Borrowing and the Fed's Contractionary Monetary Policy During the Great Depression"
Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, November 1990, 22(4), pp. 409-26.

"The Strategy, Effectiveness, and Consistency of Federal Reserve Monetary Policy, 1924-1933"
Explorations in Economic History, October 1989, 26, pp. 453-76.

"The Strategy and Consistency of Federal Reserve Monetary Policy, 1919-1933"
The Journal of Economic History, June 1989, 49(2), pp. 459-61 (dissertation summary).

"The Fed's Failure to Act as Lender of Last Resort During the Great Depression 1929-1933"
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Bank Structure and Competition, 1989, pp. 154-76.