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A vidék bankjai?. A magyar takarékszövetkezeti szektor hitelezési aktivitása
[Local finance?. Lending activity by the Hungarian cooperative banking sector]

  • Gál, Zoltán

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  • Burger, Csaba

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    A vidék bankjainak tekintett szövetkezeti pénzintézetek - a kereskedelmi bankokétól eltérő - elsődleges célja a helyi gazdaság és a közösség hitelezése, azaz a helyben gyűjtött betétek kihelyezése helyi hitel formájában. Kis méretükből fakadó versenyhátrányaik ellensúlyozására azonban integrációs hálózatukon keresztül szoros kapcsolatot tartanak a fejlett tőkepiacokkal. A tanulmány - felhasználva a pénzügyi tőke térbeli koncentrálódását és a szövetkezeti vállalatirányítási kérdéseket leíró elméleteket - megvizsgálja, hogy a magyarországi takarékszövetkezetek hitelezési gyakorlata követi-e a klasszikus szövetkezeti banki modellt, amelyben az elsődleges cél a helyi gazdaság finanszírozása. A szerzőpáros - az összes hazai takarékszövetkezet és szövetkezeti múltra visszatekintő részvénytársaság 2010. évi mérleg-, kitettségi és fiókhálózati adatait felhasználva - a forráskihelyezések struktúrája alapján megállapítja, hogy a hazai szövetkezeti pénzintézetek csak örökségüket tekintve a "vidék bankjai", sokkal inkább a finanszírozási forrásaikat vidékről a pénzügyi centrumok felé csatornázó intézmények. A vidéki hitelkihelyezés gyengesége nem igazolható a betétállomány szűkösségével. Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) kód: G21, G28, P13, R12.

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    Article provided by Közgazdasági Szemle Alapítvány (Economic Review Foundation) in its journal Közgazdasági Szemle (Economic Review - monthly of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences).

    Volume (Year): LX (2013)
    Issue (Month): 4 ()
    Pages: 373-401

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