An empirical examination of bank risk taking - Asian evidence
An empirical examination of bank risk taking, following the financial crisis of 1997/1998, in ten Asian countries is undertaken. The major motivation is that prior research generally examines banks in developed countries by using capital market risk measures, and very little has been done in the context of developing countries, particularly when few banks are listed in the capital markets, such as in the case of many countries in Asia. The thesis consists of four essays and employs two...[Show more]
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