Florence School of Banking and Finance
Remittances, migration, access to financial services, remittance fee, remittance cost, remittance corridor, A. remittance, panel evidence, Exchange rate arrangements, Capital controls, Plurilateral trade, Global
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Asymmetric information, banks, Big Data, big tech, credit markets, financial inclusion, QR code
bank lending, Exchange Rates, Germany, Interbank Markets, Real effects, Regional business cycles
cross-border banking, Externalities, supranational cooperation
cross-border banking flows, international financial centre, macroprudential policy, spillover effects
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