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On the valuation of deposit institutions

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  • Asli Demirgüč-Kunt

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The author develops an empirical model to value a financial institution's capital for regulatory purposes, which when estimated for a sample of failed and nonfailed institutions, reveals the need for a market-value accounting approach to capital.

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  • Asli Demirgüč-Kunt, 1991. "On the valuation of deposit institutions," Working Papers (Old Series) 9104, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedcwp:9104
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