A note on modelling banking behaviour in the face of interest rate regulation

Γεώργιος Μ. Μαντακάς


Regulation of banking behavior has been widespread in Greece. We believe, that if there exists
uncertainty over the regulation timing, the banks tend to make behavioral decisions which carry over
to the periods where the regulation has been lifted and therefore, cause nonoptimal results both during
the regulation period (which is expected) and the period when the regulation has been lifted.


Banking; Interest rate subsidy

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