Blake Marsh is a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. He joined the Banking Research department in July 2016. His research areas are commercial bank regulation and financial intermediation. His current research examines commercial real estate lending, syndicated corporate lending, and financial innovation. Mr. Marsh holds a B.A. in economics from The George Washington University and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from American University. He previously held positions at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and in the mortgage industry.

Professional Journals and Books

  • "Loan Guarantees in a Crisis: An Antidote to a Credit Crunch?" with Padma Sharma, 2024, Journal of Financial Stability, forthcoming.
  • "Supervisory Stringency, Payout Restrictions, and Bank Equity Prices", 2023. Journal of Banking & Finance, forthcoming.
  • "The U.S. syndicated loan market: Matching Data" with Gregory J. Cohen, Jacob Dice, Melanie Friedrichs, Kamran Gupta, William Hayes, Isabel Kitschelt, Seung Jung Lee, Nathan Mislang, Maya Shaton, Martin Sicilian and Chris Webster, 2021. Journal of Financial Research, 44, 695-723. External Link
  • "Assessing Targeted Macroprudential Financial Regulation: The Case of the 2006 Commercial Real Estate Guidance for Banks" with William F. Bassett, 2017. Journal of Financial Stability, 30, pp. 209-228.

Economic Review Articles

Research Working Papers

Economic Bulletin