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Microeconometrics of BankingMethods, Applications, and Results$
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Hans Degryse, Moshe Kim, and Steven Ongena

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780195340471

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195340471.001.0001

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The Regulation of Banks

The Regulation of Banks

(p.174) 9 The Regulation of Banks
Microeconometrics of Banking

Hans Degryse

Moshe Kim

Steven Ongena

Oxford University Press

This chapter looks into the regulation of banks. From a methodology point of view, it introduces the difference-in-difference (DD) methodology. It groups further results in the subsections of regulation and market structure, bank conduct, bank strategy, and financial stability and development. The DD approach aims to identify the impact of a specific treatment, for instance, the impact of deregulation. The idea is that outcomes are observed for two groups for two time periods. One group is exposed to a treatment in the second period but not in the first period, whereas the second group does not receive a treatment at all. Despite decades of deregulation in many countries, bank market structure, conduct, strategy, stability, and development remain to a substantial extent determined by the regulatory framework.

Keywords:   bank regulation, market structure, bank conduct, bank strategy, financial stability, DD, deregulation

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