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Regulation of Financial Intermediaries in Emerging Markets

Regulation of Financial Intermediaries in Emerging Markets

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April 2005 | 262 pages | SAGE Response
The regulation of financial intermediaries is a significant challenge to policy makers, particularly those in emerging economies. This volume examines: the best practices in regulation in emerging markets; the new Basle norms for capital adequacy; the question of single versus multiple regulators, as viewed by the International Monetary Fund; ways to harness incentives in the context of banking; the subsidy dependence enjoyed by commercial banks and the development of financial institutions before and after the commencement of financial reforms in India; and proposes an innovative approach to setting limits for NPAs in banks.
Rupa Rege Nitsure, Mathew Jospeh and T T Ram Mohan
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A Cross-Country Analysis of External Governance and Bank Profitability
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External versus Internal Guidelines

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Regulation of Financial Conglomerates
A Case for Super Regulator

Kose John, Amar Gande and Lemma Senbet
Harnessing Incentives
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Imperfections in Indian Regulation as Measured by the Subsidy Dependence Index
A Case Study for Banks and Financial Institutions

Sugata Marjit and Samaresh Bardhan
Evaluating the Performance of the Indian Banking System - An Analytical Appraisal of a Tolerable Limit of Non-Performing Assets

T T Ram Mohan

Dr. T. T. Ram Mohan is a professor at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. More About Author

Rupa Rege Nitsure

Matthew Joseph

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ISBN: 9789352809226