Foreign Banks in Economic Development: Experiences from the Regulated Financial System of South Korea
Various less developed countries and newly industrialized countries use financial regulation as an instrument for industrial policy. Based on a theoretical analysis, this paper provides empirical evidence for South Korea on how foreign banks compete in a regulated environment and how competition changes with regulation.
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