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Taxes, banks and financial stability

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In this note, a new concept for a European deposit guarantee scheme is proposed, which takes account of the strong political reservations against a mutualization of the liability for bank deposits. The three-stage model for deposit insurance outlined in the text builds on existing national deposit guarantee schemes, offering loss compensation on a European level and at the same time preventing excessive risk and moral hazard taking by individual banks.

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  • Gropp, Reint E., 2013. "Taxes, banks and financial stability," SAFE White Paper Series 6, Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE.
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:safewh:6
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