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Banking and Financial Regulation in Emerging Markets

SK, Shanthi and Nangia, Vinay Kumar and Sircar, Sanjoy and Reddy, Kotapati Srinivasa (2015): Banking and Financial Regulation in Emerging Markets. Published in: International Journal of Law and Management , Vol. 57, No. 3 (2015): 0-0.

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Abstract

Purpose: The purpose of this special issue is to gain a deeper understanding of banking regulatory practices in emerging markets in the light of the financial crisis of 2007-08. The crisis necessitated countries to adopt macro-prudential policies in the current environment of globalized capital flows. The interconnectedness of financial institutions occurs not only across the world but also across a plethora of financial markets. Design/Methodology/Approach: The papers in this volume have a focused approach that addresses issues relating to the banking sector. The papers explore diverse issues such as the link between increased competition and the performance efficiency, application of macro prudential norms in credit growth and its relation thereof with the ownership pattern of banks, co-ordination between regulations and compensation in the event of bank failure and risk based regulation. All the papers are country specific and they take in India, Hong Kong and Nigeria.They will contribute to a better understanding of the various issues and will be of great use to academics for further research and for practitioners in new policy initiatives in the area of banking reform and regulation.

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