Viability of Traditional Banking Activities: Evidence from Shifts in Conduct and Excess Capacity
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- Sherrill Shaffer, 1994. "Viability of traditional banking activities: evidence from shifts in conduct and excess capacity," Working Papers 94-11, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, revised 1994.
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Keywordsbanking; conduct; excess capacity. JEL classifications: G2; LI;
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