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Nonperforming Loans in Western Europe – A Selective Comparison of Countries and National Definitions
As a follow-up study to the author’s previous paper on “Nonperforming Loans in CESEE – What Do They Comprise?”, the present contribution focuses on the definitions of nonperforming loans (NPLs) in aExpand
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Nonperforming Loans in CESEE – What Do They Comprise?
This study attempts to shed comparative light on nonperforming loans (NPLs) by analyzing the loan classification systems in ten Central, Eastern and Southeastern European (CESEE) countries, namelyExpand
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Banking in Central and Eastern Europe since the Turn of the Millennium — An Overview of Structural Modernization in Ten Countries
This study gives an analytical overview of the evolution of the banking sectors of ten relatively large Central and Eastern European countries (Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia;Expand
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Nonperforming Loans in CESEE – An Even Deeper Definitional Comparison
This study builds on two previous studies the author contributed to Focus on European Economic Integration (FEEI), namely “Nonperforming Loans in CESEE – What Do They Comprise?” (Barisitz, 2011) andExpand
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Exchange Rate Arrangements and Monetary Policy in Southeastern Europe: An Update (2004–2007)
This contribution updates a study published in 2004. Four of the ten countries analyzed (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia and the Republic of Macedonia) continue to feature hard pegs andExpand
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Macrofinancial Developments and Systemic Change in CIS Central Asia
In CIS Central Asia, the institutional economic framework is found to be remarkably heterogeneous across the region: Kazakhstan and the Kyrgyz Republic are market-oriented reforming economies,Expand
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Banking Transformation (1989 - 2006) in Central and Eastern Europe - With Special Reference to Balkans
This paper provides an overview of the history of banking transition (1989-2006) in 13 CEE countries – with particular emphasis on four relatively large Balkan countries (Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania,Expand
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Ukraine: Struggling banking sector and substantial political and economic uncertainty
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Credit Boom in Russia despite Global Woes – Driving Forces and Risks
OESTERREICHISCHE NATIONALBANK This study examines the driving forces and risks of the current swift lending growth in Russia. In an environment of global uncertainties and economic stagnation orExpand
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