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International banking standards in emerging markets: testing the adaptation thesis in the European Union

Autor: PhDr. Zdeněk Kudrna PhD., Juraj Medzihorsky
Typ: IES Working Papers
Rok: 2012
Číslo: 6
Publikováno v: IES Working Papers 6/2012
Místo vydání: Prague
Klíčová slova: banking, emerging markets, European Union, international standards, regulation
JEL kódy: G21, K23, P51
Citace: Kudrna, Z., Medzihorsky, J. (2012). “International banking standards in emerging markets: testing the adaptation thesis in the European Union” IES Working Paper 6/2012. IES FSV. Charles University.
Abstrakt: This paper compares the bank regulatory regimes in the enlarged European Union in order to test the thesis claiming that international banking standards need to be adapted to emerging market circumstances. On the basis of World Bank surveys, we compile structural indices for the 10 post-communist EU members (emerging markets) as well as 17 advanced EU economies and compare them using Bayesian statistical procedures. Our findings show that there were systematic and significant differences, two-thirds of which can be explained by 8 of the 52 structural characteristics. The new member states regulatory regimes are more rule-based and leave less discretion for authorities, which is consistent with the thesis that the emerging market regulatory regimes — including those within the EU — needed to compensate for limited regulatory resources and higher political and economic volatility. Hence, the new generation of international banking standards should recognize these limitations.
Ke stažení: WP 2012_06_Kudrna, Medzihorsky
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