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Le Rôle de l'Environnement Réglementaire, Légal et Institutionnel dans la Défaillance des Banques : Le Cas des Pays Emergents

  • Christophe Godlewski

    (LaRGE, Institut d'Etudes Politiques, Université Robert Schuman, Strasbourg 3)

Cet article étudie l’impact des facteurs institutionnels et réglementaires sur la défaillance des banques des pays émergents. Peu de travaux se sont intéressés à la défaillance bancaire dans ces pays. Or, la qualité des institutions telles que les commissions de régulation et de surveillance prudentielles ou les assureurs des dépôts, peut y favoriser l’excès de risque, et donc la probabilité de d´efaut des banques. Celle-ci est modélisée en utilisant un modèle logit à deux étapes appliqué à un échantillon de banques de pays émergents. Les résultats confirment le rôle des facteurs réglementaires et institutionnels dans la création d’incitations à l’excès de risque. En particulier, la qualité de l’état de droit est un ingrédient crucial pour une réglementation efficace et crédible.

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