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Robert B. Avery focuses on Actuarial science, Financial system, Econometrics, Relative risk and Small business. His study in the field of Credit reference, Installment credit and Bond credit rating is also linked to topics like Weighting. His Financial system research includes themes of Capital market and Debenture.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Income distribution and Macroeconomics in addition to Econometrics. Combining a variety of fields, including Relative risk, Economic capital, Deposit insurance, Bankruptcy, Capital adequacy ratio and Bank risk, are what the author presents in his essays. Robert B. Avery focuses mostly in the field of Small business, narrowing it down to matters related to Consolidation and, in some cases, Loan.
Robert B. Avery mostly deals with Actuarial science, Financial system, Finance, Home Mortgage Disclosure Act and Credit history. His Actuarial science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Loan, Payment and Financial services. Specifically, his work in Financial system is concerned with the study of Deposit insurance.
In the subject of general Finance, his work in Community Reinvestment Act is often linked to Secondary mortgage market, Institution and Consistency, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His study in Home Mortgage Disclosure Act is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Shared appreciation mortgage and Mortgage underwriting. His studies examine the connections between Credit history and genetics, as well as such issues in Credit reference, with regards to Credit rating.
His primary areas of investigation include Actuarial science, Home Mortgage Disclosure Act, Finance, Credit history and Financial system. His research in Actuarial science intersects with topics in Creditor and Revolving account. Finance is closely attributed to Metropolitan statistical area in his study.
His Credit history research includes elements of Credit rating, Bond credit rating, Credit reference and Variables. His Financial system research focuses on subjects like Interest rate, which are linked to Foreclosure. His work carried out in the field of Secondary mortgage market brings together such families of science as Shared appreciation mortgage and Mortgage underwriting.
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The role of personal wealth in small business finance
Robert B. Avery;Raphael W. Bostic;Katherine A. Samolyk.
Journal of Banking and Finance (1998)
Market Discipline in Regulating Bank Risk: New Evidence from the Capital Markets
Robert B. Avery;Terrence M. Belton;Michael A. Goldberg.
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (1988)
Risk-based capital and deposit insurance reform
Robert B. Avery;Robert B. Avery;Allen N. Berger.
Journal of Banking and Finance (1991)
Credit Risk, Credit Scoring, and the Performance of Home Mortgages
Robert B. Avery;Raphael W. Bostic;Paul S. Calem;Glenn B. Canner.
Federal Reserve Bulletin (1996)
Loan commitments and bank risk exposure
Robert B. Avery;Allen N. Berger.
Journal of Banking and Finance (1991)
An Overview of Consumer Data and Credit Reporting
Robert B. Avery;Paul S. Calem;Glenn B. Canner.
Federal Reserve Bulletin (2003)
The 2006 HMDA Data
Robert B. Avery;Kenneth P. Brevoort;Glenn B. Canner;Rebecca Tsang.
Federal Reserve Bulletin (2007)
Opportunities and Issues in Using HMDA Data
Robert B. Avery;Kenneth P. Brevoort;Glenn B. Canner.
Journal of Real Estate Research (2007)
Consumer credit scoring: do situational circumstances matter?
Robert B Avery;Paul S Calem;Glenn B Canner.
Journal of Banking and Finance (2004)
MEASURING WEALTH WITH SURVEY DATA: AN EVALUATION OF THE 1983 SURVEY OF CONSUMER FINANCES
Robert B. Avery;Gregory E. Elliehausen;Arthur B. Kennickell.
Review of Income and Wealth (1988)
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