Agricultural Banking and Early Warning Models for the Bank Failures of the Late 2000s Great Recession
This paper is designed to validate if the agricultural sector can once again be labeled as an instigator of the late-2000s Great Recession using the early warning models technique. The empirical results indicate that exposure to agribusiness operations does not necessarily enhance a banks’ tendency to fail.
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