Macroprudential regulation and bank performance: Does ownership matter&quest
Journal of Banking Regulation, 2015, vol. 16, issue 1, 22-38
Employing data on Indian banks for 1992–2012, the article examines the impact of macroprudential measures on bank performance. First, it finds that state-owned banks tend to have lower profitability and soundness than their private counterparts. Next, it tests whether such differentials between state-owned and private banks are driven by macroprudential measures; it finds strong support for this hypothesis.
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