The Determinants of U . S . Banks ’ International Activities 1

  • J UDIT T EMESVARY
  • Published 2011

Abstract

This paper provides a dynamic estimation of U.S. banks’ foreign market entry/exit decisions, as well as their foreign loan and deposit choices. The study examines how banks’ scope of operations (measured by the Sharpe ratio) and size (measured by total assets), together with various host market characteristics, determine banks’ optimal choices of two types… (More)

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