The Impact of the Durbin Amendment on Merchants: A Survey Study
Scarlett Schwartz and
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Scarlett Schwartz: Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Neil Mitchell: Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Economic Quarterly, 2014, issue 3Q, 183-208
The Durbin Amendment to the Dodd-Frank Act introduced a regulation on debit card interchange fees, which went into effect in October 2011. Based on a merchant survey conducted two years after the regulation, we investigate the impact of the regulation on merchants' costs of accepting debit cards. We also examine merchants' reactions to the regulation in terms of changing prices and debit card restrictions.
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