2 edition of Beliefs, competition, and bank runs found in the catalog.
Beliefs, competition, and bank runs
by Federal ReserveBank of Philadelphia, Economic Research Division in Philadelphia
Written in English
|Statement||Bernardino Adao and Theodosios Temzelides.|
|Series||Economic research working paper series / Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Economic Research Division -- no.95.26, Economic research working paper (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Economic Research Division) -- no.95.26.|
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In a version of the model that posits Bertrand competition among banks, there are sequential equilibria Beliefs imply positive profits. However, the zero-profit contract is supported as the unique equilibrium outcome if the agents' beliefs are restricted to the space of beliefs consistent with the forward induction refinement.
(This abstract was borrowed from another version of this item.). unfavorable belief, the dim prospect of the bank™s portfolio and the fear of loss in a bank run can dominate the incentive to wait.
There is literature on bank runs that is related to this paper.7 Chen () explains contagious bank runs using an information externality in the simplest two-stage game. Banks™portfolio returns are correlated. Ultimate Ownership and Bank Competition. 87 Pages Posted: 3 Jan Last revised: 8 May See all articles by José Azar José Azar.
University of Navarra, IESE Business School; CEPR. Sahil Raina. Alberta School of Business, University of Alberta. Martin C. by: Nigeria. Bank competition was measured in the study using bank concentration ratio.
The Johansen co-integration test was performed to test for the existence of long run relationship in the model. The result of the study showed that there that bank competition has a first File Size: KB.
The discipline of law and economics deals with wide-ranging topics, from competition and environmental policy to crime control, and has been instrumental in determining how an economy performs. and argues that there is an intimate connection between human beliefs and expectations, on the one hand, and the effectiveness of the law, on the.
Economic literature pays a great deal of attention to the performance of banks, expressed in terms of competition, concentration, efficiency, productivity and profitability. This book provides an all-embracing framework for the various existing theories in this area and illustrates these theories with practical applications.
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A bank run occurs when a large number of customers withdraw their deposits from a bank at the same time, usually because of fears that a bank is or will become insolvent.
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Diamond and Dybvig () is most often viewed as a theory of bank runs, but it also offers a prescription for how to prevent bank runs for the case in which aggregate risk is absent.
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run at another bank. Our experiment is based on a two-person coordination game which captures the essence of models of panic-based bank-runs (Diamond and Dybvig, ).6 In this set-up we examine under which conditions a depositor run at one bank may trigger a run at another bank. In each. What Drives Bank Competition.
Some International Evidence Stijn Claessens and Luc Laeven* Abstract: Using bank-level data, we apply the Panzar and Rosse () methodology to estimate the extent to which changes in input prices are reflected in revenues earned by specific banks in 50 countries’ banking g: Beliefs.
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