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Central and South – Eastern Europe Banking Sectors in the Sustainable Development Function

Nenad Vunjak, Miloš Dragosavac, Jelena Vitomir, Petra Stojanović
2020 Economics (Bijeljina)  
Analysis of the banking sector of the influx countries shows that more than 70% of the banking market in Southeast European countries is influenced by foreign highly developed banking groups.  ...  With the advent of the global financial crisis, the financial activity of banks in the Central and Southeastern European region decreased, as the number of attractive fusion and acquisition banks in the  ...  The banking market in Central and South-Eastern Europe is relatively weak and underdeveloped compared to the European Union.  ... 
doi:10.2478/eoik-2020-0009 fatcat:hazkfe4lgbawjgdk44ykxcx7p4

Diversity of Capitalism in the New EU Member States [chapter]

Eric Magnin
2020 Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance  
Conclusion The comparative analysis of capitalism has developed substantially since the 1990s, especially in the context of the transition to a market economy in Central and Eastern European countries.  ...  What they have in common is the existence of a labor market, a market for goods and services, a financial market, a two-tier banking system (central bank/commercial banks), a system of income distribution  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-31816-5_4049-1 fatcat:baqvni4xarattmwlmjtfxqk7gm

Does Domestic Public Debt Affect Financial Development? New Evidence from Central and Eastern European Economies

This study fulfills a gap in the existing literature for Central and Eastern European countries on "safe assets" and the "lazy banks" views.  ...  The aim of this paper was to investigate the effects of domestic public debt on financial development in Central and Eastern European countries using panel autoregressive distributed lag (ARDL) method  ...  The results also support the "crowding-out" and "lazy banks" views, which indicate the negative impact of public debt on financial markets in Central and Eastern European countries.  ... 
doi:10.24818/18423264/ fatcat:tvaj3zvaujhhldzmj7hedwjaum

Leasing, Credit and Economic Growth: Evidence for Central and South Eastern Europe

Peter R. Haiss, Elisabeth Kichler
2009 Social Science Research Network  
Especially Western European banks are heavily involved in the Eastern European leasing industries.  ...  and its affordability compared to bank loans.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1393162 fatcat:2tbdynihhbdxtfoowtyz5ufbb4

The financial sector of the state: The structure of the banking system with a banking sector in Central and Eastern European countries

Ljiljana Stosic-Mihajlovic, Ljiljana Jovic
2017 Journal of Process Management. New Technologies  
In this paper we will talk about the structure of the financial system in our country from the aspect of the banking sector.  ...  The financial sector of each country in the world has its own specificities that depend on many factors.  ...  The financial market in central and eastern Europe, before the onset of the recession, was unstable, underdeveloped, extremely risky compared to the Western European economies.  ... 
doi:10.5937/jouproman5-15302 fatcat:y4h6lbwimvfcfcwc3qqcsmmcxq


2019 Analele Universitatii "Eftimie Murgu" Resita: Fascicola II, Studii Economice  
Among other, the article identifies the main aspects of the impact of improving the legal framework on increased activity of both institutional and retail investors in the financial markets of the EU countries  ...  The article presents an analysis of the prospects of stimulating capital market activity as a mechanism for attracting and redistributing investment capital in the Republic of Moldova.  ...  A comparative analysis of the European financial market and the financial market of the United States, where the dominant position of the main source of investment financing is the securities market, revealed  ... 
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Changing Development Prospects for the Central and Eastern European EU Member States

Beata Farkas
2013 Social Science Research Network  
Empirical analysis suggests that an independent Central and Eastern European model is eligible for existence.  ...  and productivity.  ...  : Farkas (2011) p. 29 Table 3 . 3 The Central and Eastern European model compared to the most similar models of the OMS Institutional area Most similar model of the OMS Product markets Situated  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2292559 fatcat:r3txlxvi6vgahp53slvqi2a44a

Financial instability, institutional development and economic crisis in Eastern Europe

Ola Honningdal Grytten, Viktoriia Koilo
2019 Investment Management & Financial Innovations  
This paper sheds light on the financial crisis of 2008–2010 in eleven emerging Eastern European economies (EE11): Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Georgia, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Moldova  ...  the paper maps cycles of three parameters representing the real economy, i.e. gross domestic product, manufacturing output and unemployment and four parameters representing the financial markets, i.e.  ...  The financial crisis of emerging Eastern European economies doesn't seem very different from traditional financial crises.  ... 
doi:10.21511/imfi.16(3).2019.16 fatcat:cu4ea7holnd7zhg5qgnovjvly4

Financial Market Integration in a Wider European Union

Corneliu Stirbu
2004 Social Science Research Network  
In a comparative analysis it will study the convergence in the banking sector and capital, bonds and derivatives markets.  ...  The degree of fragmentation in the European capital market still compares unfavourably with that of the US -the benchmark.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.617223 fatcat:jhhzrfyoxvglrmtzecx25uys5i

Analysis of the Privatization Process in Albania and the Impact that Brings the Strengthening of the Banking System

Naser Bilalli, Alba Robert Dumi
2016 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
Financial activity in Albania as well as in other countries of Eastern Europe during the past few years has seen a significant developments and important.  ...  One of the main features observed is that financial activity in Albania is dominated by banking activity, while non-banking activity remains extremely limited.  ...  Rapid credit growth needs to be monitored carefully in terms of its quality, and this is one of the current focuses of the Bank of Albania.  ... 
doi:10.5901/mjss.2016.v7n2s1p365 fatcat:xnsbxi7x3vfc7loi4rkhowu46y


Dragan (Santamarian) Oana Raluca
2010 Annals of the University of Oradea: Economic Science  
This paper describes the evolution registered by the Romanian banking system over the last years in the context of accession to the European Union.  ...  The analysis presents the progress registered by our banking system, the main characteristics of Romanian banking activity after 2007 as well as a brief analysis of profitability indicators  ...  The financial and banking integration results are estimated from the following aspects: The union with a distinctive market of financial services and banking products, which offers business potential under  ... 
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Introduction to the Special Issue on "Exchange Rates, Financial Integration and Uncertainty"

Ansgar Belke
2020 Open Economies Review  
The authors identify a money demand function that takes account of the heterogeneities of the Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) in the context of the European integration.  ...  segments of financial markets.  ...  Accordingly, the authors propose methodologies to benchmark the debt of non-financial corporations and households by comparing debt-to-GDP ratios to a threshold beyond which the probability of a banking  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11079-020-09585-4 fatcat:xjf4cuysknaddjdtphoc63ybre

Financial Liberalization and Business Cycles: The Experience of New EU Member States in the Baltics and Central Eastern Europe

Lucio Vinhas Vinhas de Souza
2004 Social Science Research Network  
arising from financial integration is observed in this specific sample of "emerging markets".  ...  This paper extends the work of Kaminsky and Schmukler (2003) to the Baltic and Central Eastern European future Member States of the European Union, to test if the same short-run increase in cyclical volatility  ...  and Eastern Europe that are candidate countries for membership in the European Union, and to perform a similar analysis on them.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.522802 fatcat:smqbsmpuajbl7gl6q7cm5kyueu


Amanda Karapici, Elton Karapici
2016 Quantitative Methods in Economics  
The analysis was developed based on the data found on the Global Financial Development database of the World Bank.  ...  This paper carries out a comparative analysis of the degree of financial development between transition economies and developed ones based on variables that indicate the direct and indirect degree of financial  ...  The quantitative analysis will be conducted for the financial institutions as well as for the financial markets in order to give life to a comparative framework which is widely used as a strategy to empirically  ... 
doi:10.22630/mibe.2016.17.4.07 fatcat:br3s2swpf5guxfldv3djjdmhy4

Impact of Financial Liberalization on Banking Sectors Performance from Central and Eastern European Countries

Alin Marius Andries, Bogdan Capraru, Rodrigo Huerta-Quintanilla
2013 PLoS ONE  
small sized banks show the highest growth in terms of productivity.  ...  In this paper we analyse the impact of financial liberalization and reforms on the banking performance in 17 countries from CEE for the period 2004-2008 using a two-stage empirical model that involves  ...  Acknowledgments The authors wish to thank the participants of the 20th Annual Meeting of the European Financial Management Association (Braga) and IUE-SSEM EuroConference 2011: Crises and Recovery in Emerging  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0059686 pmid:23555745 pmcid:PMC3605381 fatcat:kceosw4mzbhtdfi7uaeufee44q
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