This paper is the second in a series to take a deep dive into the fundamental issues that underlie the “Too Big to Fail” debate. The paper examines whether large banks benefit disproportionately from federal deposit insurance and liquidity programs, or from the various types of extraordinary support provided by the U.S. government in response to the historic challenge facing the economy in 2008-09.
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