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    • Bank ownership and performance. Does politics matter? 

      Micco Aguayo, Alejandro; Panizza, Ugo; Yáñez, Mónica (2007)
      This paper uses a new dataset to reassess the relationship between bank ownership and bank performance, providing separate estimations for developing and industrial countries. It finds that stateowned banks located in ...
    • Concentration and foreign penetration in Latin American banking sectors: Impact on competition and risk 

      Levy Yeyati, Eduardo; Micco Aguayo, Alejandro (Elsevier, 2007)
      In the 1990s, Latin American banking sectors experienced an accelerated process of concentration and foreign penetration that prompted diverse views regarding its implications for the competitive behavior of banks and ...
    • Dollarization, Foreign Ownership, and Competition in the Banking Industry in Latin America 

      González Tissinetti, Aldo; Micco Aguayo, Alejandro; Montoya S., Ana María (2015)
      We estimate the correlation of foreign bank penetration and dollarization with competition in the banking industry in sixteen Latin American countries during the period 1995–2008. We apply Boone’s methodology to compute ...
    • How bricks-and-mortar attributes affect online banking adoption 

      Flavian, Carlos; Guinaliu, Miguel; Torres Moraga, Eduardo (Emerald is a global publisher, 2006)
      Purpose _ This paper analyzes how consumers? perceptions of their traditional bank influence their decision to adopt the services offered by the same bank on the internet. Design/methodology/approach _ The data required ...