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Conference Paper
Keynote address: the networked bank
AUTHORS: Howe, Robert M.
DATE: 1996-06

Journal Article
Study highlights institutions’ fees
AUTHORS: anonymous
DATE: 2001-04

Journal Article
ATM fee disclosure now mandatory
AUTHORS: anonymous
DATE: 2001-04

Journal Article
Proposed rules would clarify ATM fee notifications
AUTHORS: anonymous
DATE: 2005-10

Journal Article
Delivering deposit services: ATMs versus branches
AUTHORS: Humphrey, David B.
DATE: 1994-04

Working Paper
Shared ownership and pricing in a network switch
AUTHORS: Rob, Rafael; McAndrews, James J.
DATE: 1994

Working Paper
Results of a survey of ATM network pricing
AUTHORS: McAndrews, James J.
DATE: 1992

Working Paper
Pricing in vertically integrated network switches
Many automated teller machine (ATM) networks are partially vertically integrated. A group of downstream retail banks own and operate the upstream network switch. The size of the group varies from network to network. The same situation exists in other network businesses, including airline computer reservation systems and credit card networks. Here the author takes as parametric the size of the group that owns the upstream network, the monopoly structure of the upstream network switch, as well as the size of the downstream industry, all the members of which are connected to the switch. Given these assumptions, the author models the pricing and output behavior of the group of owners as the number of its members varies. The analysis suggests that the more inclusive is the ownership group in a vertically integrated network, the more likely that the network adopts a flat fee (as a function of volume) pricing schedule. Also, the output of the downstream industry initially rises as the ownership group expands, but then contracts as the ownership group includes all of the downstream firms.
AUTHORS: McAndrews, James J.
DATE: 1996

Working Paper
Cost savings from electronic payments and ATMs in Europe
Electronic payments are considerably cheaper than their paper-based alternatives. Similarly, ATMs are a more cost-efficient way to deliver certain depositor services than are branch offices. As the share of electronic payments in 12 European countries rose from 0.43 in 1987 to 0.79 in 1999 and ATMs expanded while the number of branch offices was constant, bank operating costs are estimated to be $32 billion lower than they otherwise might have been, saving 0.38% of the 12 nations' GDP. The authors' results are robust to the form of cost function estimated-composite, Fourier, or translog. ; Also issued as Payment Cards Center Discussion Paper No. 03-14
AUTHORS: Lindblom, Ted; Bergendahl, Goran; Willesson, Magnus; Humphrey, David B.
DATE: 2003

Journal Article
The evolution of shared ATM networks
AUTHORS: McAndrews, James J.
DATE: 1991-05


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