ABSTRACT. Banks in countries with stricter regulation have a lower charter value, which increases their incentives to follow risky policies. Larger banks appear to have the advantage in credit card lending, a market characterized by impersonal relationships and standardized loans. Real financial data tend to exhibit extreme price changes such as stock market crashes that seem incompatible with the assumption of normality.



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