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La juste valeur des instruments financiers : Un nouveau canal de contagion ?

  • Leila Gharbi

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    (Corporate Finance and Financial Theory (COFFIT) - Faculté des Sciences Economiques et de Gestion de Sfax)

  • Khamoussi Halioui

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    (Corporate Finance and Financial Theory (COFFIT) - Faculté des Sciences Economiques et de Gestion de Sfax, ISAE de Gafsa - ISAE de Gafsa)

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    Les mérites de la comptabilisation des instruments financiers en valeur de marché font depuis un certain temps, l'objet d'un débat animé. Les détracteurs estiment que si l'on recourt à la comptabilisation en valeur de marché, la volatilité des prix des actifs influe directement sur la valeur des actifs bancaires, augmentant ainsi le risque global dans le système financier. Dans cette étude, nous examinons si l'évaluation à la juste valeur est associée à une contagion au sein du secteur bancaire américain pendant les périodes d'illiquidité. En utilisant un échantillon comprenant des données trimestrielles de 2000 à 2010 pour 296 " U.S bank holding companies ", nous développons deux modèles : un modèle logit multinomial basé sur le rendement et un modèle de panel statique basé sur le risque. Seul le dernier modèle a montré une association positive entre un régime comptable à la juste valeur et la contagion au sein du secteur bancaire pendant les périodes d'illiquidité du marché.

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    Publication status: Published - Presented, Comptabilités, économie et société, 2011, Montpellier, France
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