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Banking Globalization and Monetary Transmission With Linda Goldberg Journal of Finance, Forthcoming See also ›› First version as "Banking Globalization, Monetary Transmissions, and the Lending Channel", With Linda Goldberg. NBER working paper #14101 (June 2008)
Banking and Real Economic Activity Chapter in The Oxford Handbook of Banking, 2009, Allen N. Berger, Phillip Molyneux and John Wilson, Eds., Series : Oxford Handbooks in Finance, Oxford University Press 7 pages / 28 kb
Finance as a Barrier to Entry: Bank Competition and Industry Structure in Local U.S. Markets With Philip Strahan The Journal of Finance, 2006, 61, 1, 437-61 25 pages / 209 kb Read the full text in SSRN››
The Effects of Regulatory Reform on Competition in the Banking Industry With Paolo Angelini Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 2003, 35, 5, 663-684 23 pages / 315 kb Read the full text in SSRN››
Life-cycle Dynamics in Industrial Sectors: The Role of Banking Market Structure Quarterly Review, Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Annual Economic Policy Conference of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, July/August 2003, 85, 4 19 pages / 213 kb Read the full text in SSRN››
Banking Market Structure, Financial Dependence and Growth: International Evidence from Industry Data With Michele Gambera The Journal of Finance, 2001, 56, 2, 617-648 32 pages / 133 kb Read the full text in SSRN››
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