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Do internal markets influence bank failures?

Nilufer Ozdemir and Cuneyt Altinoz

Applied Economics Letters, 2018, vol. 25, issue 8, 567-570

Abstract: Empirical studies analysing the determinants of bank failures ignore the role of bank holding company affiliation in these failures. In this article, we propose a new approach of estimating affiliated banks’ failures that incorporates holding companies’ role in failures. Our logit regression results show that the holding company’s features, especially internal flows, mattered on failures more than those of the banks during the sub-prime mortgage crisis.

Date: 2018
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