Tag Archives: Banking

Do Professional Norms in the Banking Industry Favor Risk-taking?

Posted by Ernst Fehr (University of Zurich), Michel Marechal (University of Zurich), and Alain Cohn (University of Michigan), on Sunday, December 10, 2017 Editor's Note: Ernst Fehr is Professor of Economics at the University of Zurich; Michel Marechal is Associate … Continue reading

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Information on Online Banking

Aided by the dawn of technology, internet comes with to us the best and convenient alternative of forking over bills in the convenience our personal homes through internet banking. You no longer must see financial institution to compose checks since … Continue reading

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Online banking

Internet banking or e-banking is the most effective and most convenient way of controlling your finances and executing transactions since you can do it anywhere and when you desire to. It is just about the most current improvements in technology … Continue reading

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Banking Unusual

Advantages and negatives of internet banking are both convincing, and many individuals currently make use of a hybrid of the two online banking and a physical banking account with a nearby bank. While net banking does not look as real … Continue reading

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Spillover and Competition Effects: Evidence from the Sub-Saharan African Banking Sector

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol Birte Pohl (GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies) addresses Spillover and Competition Effects: Evidence from the Sub-Saharan African Banking Sector. ABSTRACT: This paper examines the efficiency effects of foreign bank entry on domestic… … Continue reading

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