Money, Banking and Finance

Money, Banking and Finance
In the literature on global market integration, the strength of interdependence has been measured in different ways. However, only an accurate measure of strength of interdependence helps in...
The issue and relevance of financial misconduct and fear of prosecution on the lending behaviour of Indian banks is investigated by combining bank-level financial and prudential variables during 2008...
The Indian economy is presently gripped by the dual phenomenon of an unprecedented slowdown as well as financial fragility. What has triggered this? Is this simply a random exogenous shock to an...
The regime shifts in Indian monetary policy during the period 1998–2017 are estimated by applying a multivariate Markov-switching Vector Autoregression (MS-VAR) model. It is found that, in general,...
Against the backdrop of the North Atlantic financial crisis that erupted in 2007–08, this article looks into the changing role of central banks and the monetary and financial sector policies and the...
Statements like “money, finance and banking are at the crossroads at this juncture” have become a much-used cliché, but tend to be true for most of the recent past. This year, too, is no exception...
Using district-level data, the effect of financial literacy centres on financial inclusion in India is investigated. There is evidence of an improvement in the use of bank accounts over time...
In the Indian context, a key question is addressed: What has been the influence of monetary policy on different segments of the financial markets? Constructing a structural vector autoregressive...
The riskiness of banks (public and private) and non-banking financial companies listed on the stock exchange is examined by measuring their extent of interconnectedness at the lowest tail (1%)...

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