Clarkson College of Technology. Excerpted from the author's Ph.D. thesis, SUNY at Buffalo. I wish to thank my thesis committee—A. Butler, N. S. Revankar, D. Hamberg, and M. Polakoff—for their comments. N. Yoshino, J. Holmes, W. Foote, and an anonymous referee also provided helpful suggestions.
The Demand for Borrowed Reserves: A Switching Regression Model
Article first published online: 30 APR 2012
1984 The American Finance Association
The Journal of Finance
Volume 39, Issue 2, pages 407–424, June 1984
How to Cite
DUTKOWSKY, D. (1984), The Demand for Borrowed Reserves: A Switching Regression Model. The Journal of Finance, 39: 407–424. doi: 10.1111/j.1540-6261.1984.tb02317.x
- Issue published online: 30 APR 2012
- Article first published online: 30 APR 2012
A microeconomic model of bank demand for borrowed reserves from the Federal Reserve is developed based upon constrained cost minimization. The derived demand function was found to correspond to behavior appropriate to the unknown switchpoint switching regression problem. When estimated, parameters generally conformed to theoretical expectations. The model was also tested for existence of switching regression behavior against a model similar to Goldfeld and Kane . Significance exceeded 99% in all cases. With the advent of reserve intermediate targeting, it appears especially necessary to reinvestigate the behavior determining this important source of reserves.