Ken B. Cyree

University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration

Frank R. Day/Mississippi Bankers Assoc. Chair

PO Box 3986

Oxford, MS 38677

United States

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Scholarly Papers (13)

A Generalized Method for Detecting Abnormal Returns and Changes in Systematic Risk

FRB of Atlanta Working Paper No. 2001-8
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 09 May 2001
Ramon P. DeGennaro and Ken B. Cyree
University of Tennessee, Knoxville - Department of Finance and University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration
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event study, parameter shifts, banks, acquisitions

A Generalized Method for Detecting Abnormal Returns and Changes in Systematic Risk

Posted: 14 Apr 2003
Ramon P. DeGennaro and Ken B. Cyree
University of Tennessee, Knoxville - Department of Finance and University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration

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event study, parameter shifts, banks, acquisitions

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Avoiding Double Taxation: The Case of Commercial Banks

Number of pages: 38 Posted: 18 Jul 2005
Ken B. Cyree, Scott E. Hein and Timothy W. Koch
University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration, Texas Tech University and University of South Carolina - Darla Moore School of Business
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Commercial banks, S-corporations, income taxes, loan loss reserve, bank capital

Has Market Discipline on Banks Improved after the Dodd - Frank Act?

Number of pages: 47 Posted: 24 Jun 2012
Bhanu Balasubramanian and Ken B. Cyree
University of Akron - College of Business Administration - Department of Finance and University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration
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Dodd - Frank Act, market discipline, default risk, yield spread, financial crisis

Has Market Discipline on Banks Improved after the Dodd-Frank Act?

Number of pages: 41 Posted: 03 Nov 2013
Bhanu Balasubramanian and Ken B. Cyree
University of Akron - College of Business Administration - Department of Finance and University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration
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Subordnated debt, Yield spiread, Default risk, Market discipline, Risk-sensitivity, Regulation

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The End of Too-Big-to-Fail? Evidence from Senior Bank Bond Yield Spreads Around the Dodd-Frank Act

Number of pages: 48 Posted: 24 Jun 2012 Last Revised: 26 Jun 2012
Bhanu Balasubramanian and Ken B. Cyree
University of Akron - College of Business Administration - Department of Finance and University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration
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too big to fail, Dodd – Frank Act, Yield spread, Default risk

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The Determinants of Yield Spreads and the Market Discipline of Banks

Number of pages: 44 Posted: 01 Mar 2009
Ken B. Cyree and Bhanu Balasubramanian
University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration and University of Akron - College of Business Administration - Department of Finance
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Yield Spread, Default risk, Market Discipline of banks, Market monitoring, Credit risk

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The Relation between Market Discipline of Banks and Bond Market Transparency: Evidence from the Risk Sensitivity of Subordinated Notes and Debenture Yield Spreads

Number of pages: 42 Posted: 19 Mar 2011
Bhanu Balasubramanian and Ken B. Cyree
University of Akron - College of Business Administration - Department of Finance and University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration
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Subordinated debt, Yield spread, risk sensitivity, Default risk, Financial Crisis

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Forming Appropriate Peer Groups for Bank Research: A Cluster Analysis of Bank Financial Statements

Number of pages: 36 Posted: 20 Jun 2018
Ken B. Cyree, Travis Davidson and John D. Stowe
University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration, Ohio University - Department of Finance and Ohio University
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Commercial bank taxonomy, Financial institutions, Cluster Analysis, Bank financial statements, Bank peer groups

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Market Efficiency and Diversification: An Experiential Approach Using the Wall Street Journal's Dartboard Portfolio

Number of pages: 12 Posted: 22 Feb 2005
John C. Adams and Ken B. Cyree
University of Texas at Arlington and University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration
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Bank Lending to Native American Applicants: An Investigation of Mortgage Flows and Government Guarantee Programs on Native American Lands

Posted: 06 Aug 2004
University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration, Boise State University - College of Business and Economics and Roger Williams University - Gabelli School of Business

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Lending discrimination, loan guarantee programs, Native American lending

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An Intraday Examination of the Federal Funds Market: Implications for the Theories of the Reverse-J Pattern

Posted: 06 Sep 2001
Ken B. Cyree and Drew B. Winters
University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration and Texas Tech University

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Tests of the Federal Funds Rate: A Classic Application of Garch-M

Posted: 29 Sep 2000
Ken B. Cyree and Drew B. Winters
University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration and Texas Tech University

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Bank Growth Choices and Changes in Market Performance

Posted: 24 Mar 2000
Ken B. Cyree, James W. Wansley and Harold A. Black
University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration, University of Tennessee and University of Tennessee, Knoxville - Department of Finance

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Do Black-Owned Banks Discriminate Against Black Borrowers?

Posted: 07 Jul 1998
Harold A. Black, M. Cary Collins and Ken B. Cyree
University of Tennessee, Knoxville - Department of Finance, The University of Tennessee and University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration

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