Regulating the banking industry in transition economies: Exploring interactions between capital and reserve requirements
This paper examines the 'prudential' role of reserve requirements in transition economies using a general-equilibrium banking model. The analysis stresses the role that reserve requirements may play in enforcing an adequate level of bank capitalization in a context in which it is difficult to assess the true value of bank assets. The paper also explores the interactions that exist between capital and reserve requirements and the effect of these regulations on the financial structure of banks and on the level of credit and interest rates.
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Volume (Year): 1 (1996)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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