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Economics of Banking

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Economics of Banking presents a thorough overview and analysis of the key aspects of financial intermediation necessary to understand this field.

Based on the latest theory, and supporting arguments with practical examples,...

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Economics of Banking presents a thorough overview and analysis of the key aspects of financial intermediation necessary to understand this field. Based on the latest theory, and supporting arguments with practical examples, Hans Keiding discusses the problems of competition, risk taking in banks and the irregularities that may occur as a result. Banks in distress and avoiding bank failures through suitable regulation are also treated in a rigorous, yet easy-to-understand way. Economics of Banking:• treats financial intermediation both from the point of view of the bank itself and from that of society • covers both microeconomics of banking and risk management in banks • offers more complicated mathematics as optional A comprehensive advanced undergraduate or master's level textbook for students in banking, economics and finance who need to get to grips with the economic theory of banks.

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Comprehensive: covers both microeconomics of banking and risk management in banks
Financial intermediation is treated both from the point of view of the bank itself and from that of society

1. Why are there Banks?
2. The Business Lines of a Bank
3. Basic Concepts of Risk Management
4. Market Risk and Value at Risk Analysis
5. The Loan Contract
6. Credit Rationing
7. Credit Risk
8. Securitization and Shadow Banking
9. Investment Banking and Corporate Finance
10. Payments
11. Competition and Risk Taking
12. Irregularities in the Banking Sector
13. Operational Risk
14. Liquidity Shocks, Bank Runs and the Interbank Market
15. Deposit Insurance
16. Lenders of Last Resort and Central Banks
17. Reorganization of Banks
18. Capital Regulation and the Basel Accords
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Hans Keiding is Professor of Economics at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Hans Keiding is Professor of Economics at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

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