Banking Crises in Emerging Markets : Presumptions and Evidence 1

@inproceedings{Eichengreen2000BankingCI,
  title={Banking Crises in Emerging Markets : Presumptions and Evidence 1},
  author={Barry Eichengreen and Carlos Arteta},
  year={2000}
}
The existing empirical literature on banking crises has not produced agreement on their causes. Using a sample of 75 emerging markets in 1975-1997, we attempt to determine what we know about banking crises by establishing which previous results are robust. Among the robust causes of emerging-market banking crises are rapid domestic credit growth, large bank liabilities relative to reserves, and deposit-rate decontrol. On the other hand, there is no compelling evidence of any particular… CONTINUE READING
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