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Towards a theory of international banking

Economic Review , Issue Spr , Pages 5-8

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From the Caymans

FRBSF Economic Letter

Conference Paper
Impact of the 1988 Basel Accord on international banks

Proceedings , Paper 497

Conference Paper
Comments on expanding bank powers: an international perspective

Proceedings , Paper 145

Journal Article
International banking facilities

Review , Volume 66 , Issue Apr , Pages 5-11

Journal Article
Progress and peril in China's modern economy

The past 25 years have seen dramatic economic transformation, but major challenges remain
The Region , Volume 17 , Issue Dec , Pages 26-30

Working Paper
The determinants of the growth of multinational banking organizations: 1972-86

The paper develops an empirical model to explain growth of total assets of a sample of the world's largest banks. The model was estimated over a period in which U.S. banks' assets grew less rapidly than the assets of large banks headquartered in other industrial countries. The model provides an estimate of the banks' allocation between home currency and foreign currency assets which allows an estimate of the impact of exchange rate exchanges on bank asset growth. ; The results of the model suggest that no single economic variable explains the faster growth of non-U.S. banks. Changes in real ...
International Finance Discussion Papers , Paper 326

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Cross-border bank acquisitions: Is there a performance effect?

This paper uses a unique database that includes deal and bank balance sheet information for 220 cross-border acquisitions between 1994 and 2003 to analyze the characteristics and performance effects of international takeovers on target banks. A discrete choice estimation shows that banks are more likely to get acquired in a cross-border deal if they are large, bad performers, in a small country, and when the banking sector is concentrated. Post-acquisition performance for target banks does not improve in the first two years relative to domestically-owned financial institutions. This result is ...
International Finance Discussion Papers , Paper 922

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Universal banking, intertemporal risk smoothing, and European financial integration

Working Papers , Paper 95-6

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