Estratégias bancárias diferenciadas no território: o caso de Minas Gerais
Marco Crocco () and
Ana Tereza Lanna Figueiredo
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Mara Nogueira: Cedeplar-UFMG
Ana Tereza Lanna Figueiredo: Cedeplar-UFMG e PUC-MG
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The aim of this paper is to investigate in what extent there is a differentiated regional bank strategy in the economy of Minas Gerais. Based on the post-Keynesian theory of regional liquidity preference (DOW, 1993), the article analyses the consolidate balance sheet of bank’s branches in 351 cities of Minas Gerais divided in five different groups. Through the analyses of some of the indicators that has been built using the balance sheet, the paper concludes that there are evidences that supports the statement that the state’s Bank System works in a different way over the space. This behavior reinforces the uneven regional patterns of development in its economy.
Keywords: Bank’s Strategy; Regional Economy; Banks (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Chapter: ESTRATÉGIAS BANCÁRIAS DIFERENCIADAS NO TERRITÓRIO: O CASO DE MINAS GERAIS (2008)
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