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Basel III Capital Requirements and Constraint of Credit Supply in Open Transition Economy

In: Global Versus Local Perspectives on Finance and Accounting


  • Nad’a Blahová

    (University of Economics, Prague)

  • Karel Brůna

    (University of Economics, Prague)


The article contains formal analysis of credit supply constraints in open transition economies while the external solvency of economy and banking sector is ensured under negative international investment position, significant participation of foreign owners of domestic banks and increasing regulatory requirements of Basel III. The objective is to define the factors influencing the constraints of supply of credit both on macro- and banking sector level and to present the consequences of Basel III application of both tighter capital and stable funding sources requirements for credit supply.

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  • Nad’a Blahová & Karel Brůna, 2019. "Basel III Capital Requirements and Constraint of Credit Supply in Open Transition Economy," Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics, in: David Procházka (ed.), Global Versus Local Perspectives on Finance and Accounting, pages 33-41, Springer.
  • Handle: RePEc:spr:prbchp:978-3-030-11851-8_3
    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-11851-8_3

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