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Autor: Stefania Rossi
ISBN-13: 9783319174129
Einband: Buch
Seiten: 193
Gewicht: 464 g
Format: 243x161x18 mm
Sprache: Englisch
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Part I Genesis and evolution of the global financial crisis: The crisis of international finance, the Eurozone and economic growth by Otto Hieronymi.- The European Twin Sovereign Debt and Banking Crises by Beniamino Moro.- Part II Bank opportunistic behaviour and structural reforms: Moral-hazard conduct in the European banks during the first wave of the present financial crisis by Paolo Mattana and Stefania P. S. Rossi.- Agency Problems in Banking: Types of and Incentives for Risk Shifting by Miguel A. Duran and Ana Lozano-Vivas.- Structural Reform, Too-Big-To Fail and Banks as Public Utilities in Europe by Philip Molyneux.- Part III Bank regulation, credit access and bank performance: Did Basel II affect credit growth to corporate borrowers during the crisis? by Danilo V. Mascia, Kevin Keasey and Francesco Vallascas.- Bank profitability and capital adequacy in the post-crisis context by Marina Brogi and Rosaria Langone.- Bank credit access and gender discrimination: Some stylized factsby Emma Galli and Stefania P. S. Rossi.- When do individual bank executives matter for bank performance? by Duc Duy Nguyen, Jens Hagendorff and Arman Eshraghi.- Part IV Credit crunch: regional issues: Bottlenecks of the financial system at national and regional level: the case of Italy and Sardinia by Roberto Malavasi.- The potential evolution of the supply of credit to the productive chain: a focus on Italy and the regional Sardinian economy by Martino Lo Cascio and Mauro Aliano.- Direct Access to the Debt Capital Market by Unlisted Companies in Italy. Effects of Changes in Civil Law: an Empirical Investigation by Giuseppe Riccio.- Did Basel II affect credit growth to corporate borrowers during the crisis? by Danilo V. Mascia, Kevin Keasey and Francesco Vallascas.- Bank profitability and capital adequacy in the post-crisis context by Marina Brogi and Rosaria Langone.- Bank credit access and gender discrimination: Some stylized facts by Emma Galli and Stefania P. S. Rossi.
When do individual bank executives matter for bank performance?

Duc Duy Nguyen, Jens Hagendorff and Arman Eshraghi

Part IV Credit crunch: regional issues

Bottlenecks of the financial system at national and regional level: the case of Italy and Sardinia

Roberto Malavasi

The potential evolution of the supply of credit to the productive chain: a focus on Italy and the regional Sardinian economy

Martino Lo Cascio and Mauro Aliano

Direct Access to the Debt Capital Market by Unlisted Companies in Italy. Effects of Changes in Civil Law: an Empirical Investigation

Giuseppe Riccio
_This book explores some relevant distortions and market failures in financial and banking markets caused by the recent financial crisis and offers important insights to policymakers as well. After having introduced the reader to the economic background behind the origin of the present financial turmoil, the book proposes a distinct angle to look at some macro and microeconomic aspects. The volume discusses whether and to what extent policies, implemented by governments and monetary authorities to countervail bank defaults and avoid a disastrous financial instability, have in some way determined opportunistic conducts (moral hazard), changes in banks' behaviour, distortive incentives and market failures. Furthermore, the book offers a viewpoint on the effects of the evolution of regulation for the banking sector. Finally, the book assesses how the increase in the cost of funding and the shrinking in credit supply (credit crunch) has modified the financial structure of small and medium firms. To illustrate this, some specific cases at Italian regional level are examined.
Autor: Stefania Rossi
ISBN-13:: 9783319174129
ISBN: 3319174126
Verlag: Springer, Berlin, Springer International Publishing, Springer
Gewicht: 464g
Seiten: 193
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 1st ed. 2016
Sonstiges: Buch, 243x161x18 mm, 6 SW-Abb., 38 Farbabb., 42 Tabellen