FINANCIAL CRISIS, MACROPRUDENTIAL POLICIES AND DEPOSITOR DISCIPLINE
Ahmet Aysan (),
Mustafa Disli and
The Singapore Economic Review (SER), 2017, vol. 62, issue 01, 5-25
This paper examines to what extent macroprudential policies in the Turkish banking sector affected the functioning of depositor discipline. Our results suggest that depositors’ responses for poor bank performance get stronger after the 2008 crisis, when various macroprudential measures were implemented to preserve financial stability. In the aftermath of the crisis, bank behavior toward depositors also alters. Ahead of the crisis, banks did not significantly respond to the discipline exerted by depositors, however, banks begin offering higher rates to curb deposit withdrawals afterwards. Our findings suggest that the implementation of macroprudential tools seem to have a positive impact on financial stability, since, in the post-2008 period, regulatory supervision have been more firmly assisted by the market.
Keywords: Depositor discipline; financial crisis; macroprudential policies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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