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The German Financial System$
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Jan P. Krahnen and Reinhard H. Schmidt

Print publication date: 2004

Print ISBN-13: 9780199253166

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2005

DOI: 10.1093/0199253161.001.0001

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Regulation and Competition in German Banking: An Assessment

Regulation and Competition in German Banking: An Assessment

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(p.291) 10 Regulation and Competition in German Banking: An Assessment
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The German Financial System
Author(s):

Karl-Hermann Fischer

Christian Pfeil

Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/0199253161.003.0010

Offers an in-depth discussion of regulatory and competitive issues in German banking. Emphasising that regulation, market structure, and competitive conduct are deeply interrelated the authors look at bank regulation from an Industrial Organisation perspective. Special consideration is given to the three-pillar structure of German banking comprising private, public, and co-operative banking institutions as well as to the driving forces that shaped bank regulation and supervision from its beginning in 1931. To assess market structure and competition in Germany’s banking market, the available empirical evidence is carefully discussed. A concluding section points to the challenges stemming from the decision to phase out state-guarantees for public banks.

Keywords:   bank regulation, capital requirements, collusion, concentration, deposit insurance, industrial organisation, industry consolidation, market power, market structure, retail banking, state-guarantees, supervision

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