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Algunos Temas Relevantes En La Teoría Bancaria

  • Margarita Samartín

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    El objeto de este trabajo es presentar una panorámica de algunos temas relevantes en el campo de la economía bancaria, que resultan ser de particular importancia, tanto por su relevancia empírica como por la contribución aportada al desarrollo teórico de esta materia. Se presentan también algunas de las cuestiones pendientes en esta literatura, que merecen especial atención, dados los retos regulatorios de los próximos años.

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