English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: Geographic Deregulation and Commerical Bank Performance in US State Banking Markets YongDong Zou; Stephen M. Miller; Bernard Malamud

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  • Geographic Deregulation and Commerical Bank Performance in US State Banking Markets
Author
  • YongDong Zou
  • Stephen M. Miller
  • Bernard Malamud
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • This paper examines the effects of geographical deregulation on commercial bank performance across states. We reach some general conclusions. First, the process of deregulation on an intrastate and interstate basis generally improves bank profitability and performance. Second, the macroeconomic variables -- the unemployment rate and real personal income per capita – and the average interest rate affect bank performance as much, or more, than the process of deregulation. Finally, while deregulation toward full interstate banking and branching may produce more efficient banks and a healthier banking system, we find mixed results on this issue.
  • commercial banks, geographic deregulation, bank performance
  • RePEc:nlv:wpaper:0802
Language
  • English
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