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  • Differentiated bank strategies across the territory: an exploratory analysis
Author
  • Marco Crocco
  • Ana Tereza Lanna Figueiredo
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • This paper aims to investigate to what extent there is a differentiated regional bank strategy in the Brazilian economy. Based on the Post Keynesian theory of regional liquidity preference (Dow, 1993), the paper analyses consolidate balance sheets of banks’ branches from several Brazilian regions. Through the analysis of some indicators that were built using the data, the article finds evidence for the thesis that the Brazilian Bank System’s strategy is heterogeneous across space. Furthermore, we conclude that this behaviour reinforces existing uneven regional patterns of development of the economy.
  • bank strategy, regional liquidity preference, regional economics, development.
  • RePEc:cdp:texdis:td343
Language
  • English
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