Deposit Formation in Georgia
AbstractThis paper analyzes behavior of the real deposits in Georgia in1996-2009 by modeling demand for the real broad money balances and the cash-deposit ratio. The results suggest that the main factors that affected deposits over those years were income, development of the financial sector, and changes in the tax burden, while changes in the interest rate and inflation played only a minor role. The results also demonstrate importance of the geopolitical events as they affect confidence in the banking sector.
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