German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
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bank market structure, financial openness, granular effects, growth
cross-border lending, bank foreign direct investment, bank market concentration, net interest margins
bank size, regulation, volatility, diversification, moral hazard, power law
Bank levies, debt bias of taxation, bank capital structure
house prices, idiosyncratic shocks, granularity, credit supply
Granularity, concentration, bank competition, macroeconomic outcomes, bank markups
Precautionary savings, unemployment insurance, long-term unemployment, income uncertainty
Cross-border bank lending, financial integration, regulation, arbitrage, monetary policy, home bias
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arbitrage, cross-border bank lending, financial integration, home bias, monetary policy, regulation
International banking, firm finance, credit constraints
bank market structure, financial integration, granularity, macroeconomic volatility, low-income countries
bank capital structure, bank levies, debt bias of taxation
Capital market integration, legal harmonization, sectoral effects
Credit supply shocks, mortgage market concentration, real effects from housing markets
capital channel, CMU, external financial structure, international risk sharing, panel threshold vector autoregression (TVAR) model
bank levies, debt bias of taxation, bank capital structure
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