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Volume 53, Issue 9 -10


Banking System Stability

Komárek, Luboš

Year: 2003   Volume: 53   Issue: 9 -10   Pages: 449-451

Abstract: The article summaries the main points discussed at the seminar on ?Banking System Stability?, organized by the Czech Economic Association in May 2003. There were three speakers at the seminar. The first was Martin Čihák (International Monetary Found), who presented the problem of macrofinancial stability and its measurement. The second speaker was Jan Hanousek (CERGE-EI), who chiefly presented the main results from the study ?Detection of Banking Failure: the Case of the Czech Republic? (co-authored with Gerard Roland, UC Berkeley). The final speaker, Petr Dvořák (University of Economics, Prague), summarized the main trends in the Czech and European banking sector. The presentations were largely based on materials available in Czech Economic Association web page www.cse.cz.

JEL classification: G21, E49, G28

Keywords: banking system; financial stability; banking regulation and supervision Czech Republic


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