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|Title:||Banking crisis in Asia and Latin America – A single pattern for emerging market economies?|
|Keywords:||Banking crises;Systemic risk;Early warning systems;Logit estimation;Signal extraction;Binary recursive tree;Emerging market economies|
|Citation:||Economics and Finance Working Paper, Brunel University, 10-08|
|Abstract:||Most extant work on prediction of banking crises has utilised global samples, which are in turn dominated by observations from middle-income countries, and rely on a single estimator, while a range of specifications is desirable to check robustness. However, economic and financial structure as well as the pattern of shocks may differ substantially across regions. Accordingly, in this paper we test the implicit pooling assumption in earlier work on Early Warning Systems using the widest range of models, by estimating logit, signal extraction and binary recursive tree specifications separately for crises in Asia and Latin America, as well as the pooled sample. Results suggest markedly different crisis determinants across regions, implying global samples are inappropriate.|
|Appears in Collections:||Economics and Finance|
Dept of Economics and Finance Research Papers
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