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Prudential Regulation of Bank Ownership and Control

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  • Hogan, W.P.
  • Sharpe, I.G.

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A somewhat controversial aspect of prudential policy in Australia has been the supervision of bank ownership and control. This paper initially surveys the historical development of this supervision and then provides an economic analysis of ownership controls. Empirical evidence is explored for its implications.
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  • Hogan, W.P. & Sharpe, I.G., 1989. "Prudential Regulation of Bank Ownership and Control," Working Papers 122, University of Sydney, School of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:syd:wpaper:2123/7350
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