Contagion effects of bank liquidation in Japan
Nobuyoshi Yamori ()
Applied Economics Letters, 1999, vol. 6, issue 11, 703-705
The letter discusses the contagion effect of the first bank liquidation in Japan. Performing the traditional t-test and Corrado's non-parametric rank test, it is found that the effects of the liquidation were concentrated only on banks that resembled the failing bank.
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