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This paper examines the determinants of systemic risk across Indonesian commercialbanks using quarterly data from 2001Q4 to 2017Q4. Employing four measures ofsystemic risk, namely value-at-risk (VaR), historical marginal expected shortfall(MESH), marginal expected shortfall from GARCH-DCC (MESdcc), and long-runmarginal expected shortfall (LRMES), we find that bank size is positively related tosystemic risk, whereas banks and economic loan activity are negatively related tosystemic risk. Thesedoi:10.21098/bemp.v23i1.1084 fatcat:me6wc67hu5cs5hfebr53finkaa