The Industrial Organization of Banking: Bank Behavior, Market Structure, and Regulation by David VanHoose
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Overview: This book aims to provide a thoroughly updated overview and evaluation of the industrial organization of banking. It examines the interplay among bank behavior, market structure, and regulation from the perspective of a variety of public policy issues, including bank competition and risk, market discipline, antitrust issues, and capital regulation. New to this edition are discussions of the economic foundations of international banking, macroprudential regulation, and international coordination of banking policies. The book can serve as a learning tool and reference for graduate students, academics, bankers, and policymakers with interests in the industrial organization of the banking sector and the impacts of banking regulations.
Genre: Business & Money > Banking