Journal "Banks and Bank Systems", Annual Index/2009

Contents of issue

No.Article TitleFirst AuthorYear/ IssuePages
1.Accounting and capital market measures of banks’ risk: evidence from an emerging marketRaoudha Dhouibi2009/4108-115
2.Assessment of the Jordanian banking sector within the context of GATS agreementNedal Ahmed Al-Fayoumi2009/269-79
3.Bank loans pricing and Basel II: a multi-period risk-adjusted methodology under the new regulatory constraintsDomenico Curcio2009/466-75
4.Bank portfolios and the credit channel in AustriaJohann Burgstaller2009/413-22
5.Bank profitability over different business cycles regimes: evidence from panel threshold modelsNicholas Apergis 2009/359-70
6.Bank relationships and firm private debt restructuring: a duration analysisJiang-Chuan Huang2009/238-47
7.Banks and the public sector authoritiesCharles Goodhart2009/45-12
8.Combating money laundering by German banks – results of an empirical surveyGregor Krämer2009/312-19
9.Comparison of risk-taking and performance between regional banks and national banks: Korean banking industrySeok Weon Lee2009/331-35
10.Credit card fraud and detection techniques: a reviewLinda Delamaire2009/257-68
11.Credit derivatives: prospects of usage in the formation of a new global financial orderHelen Sokhatska2009/4102-107
12.Deregulation and product differentiation in the banking industryAna Lozano-Vivas2009/436-47
13.Determinants of dividend policy in Korean banking industrySeok Weon Lee2009/167-71
14.Determinants of foreign loans in Estonian private sectorMart Sõrg2009/34-11
15.Efficiency and productivity change in the banking industry in Taiwan: domestic versus foreign banksChang-Sheng Liao2009/484-93
16.Enhancing Egyptian savings and investment through instituting quality standards for the banking sectorMonal A. Abdel-Baki2009/248-56
17.Estimating the intensity of price and non-price competition in bankingSantiago Carbó2009/24-19
18.Fair value and demographic aspects of the insured loansMariarosaria Coppola2009/119-29
19.The final countdown in US investment banks: what about their employees?Halil Bader Arslan2009/14-10
20.Financial reforms in Sri Lanka and their influence on the banking industryLalith Seelanatha2009/423-35
21.Financial shenanigans and the failure of ethics in banking: a review and synthesis of an unprecedented fraudBora Aktan2009/130-36
22.The impact of bank capital requirements on bank risk: an econometric puzzle and a proposed solutionRobert L. Porter2009/155-61
23.The impact of Brazil’s currency crisis on Brazilian American Depository ReceiptsWendy Jeffus2009/229-37
24.The impact of mergers and acquisitions on the efficiency of GCC banksSaid Gattoufi2009/494-101
25.The impact of RMB reform on China’s trade competitiveness: an empirical studyBill Wan Sing Hung2009/336-42
26.The integration of the European financial sector – the case of the banking sectorTimotej Jagric2009/476-83
27.Market structure, profits, and spreads in the Mexican banking industryGeorgios E. Chortareas2009/343-52
28.The neglected firm effect and an application in Istanbul Stock ExchangeSoner Akkoc2009/353-58
29.Predicting default probability and the default recovery ratio: evidence from the Lebanese external public debtGhada El Khoury2009/280-97
30.Private banking services, private banking customers’ profile and their investment behavioral preferencesJohn Mylonakis2009/137-44
31.Relevant changes in the character of integration in the financial marketEva Ducháčková2009/162-66
32.Reshaping the international monetary architecture: lessons from the Keynes PlanNadia F. Piffaretti2009/145-54
33.Similar but different? The financial crisis in matured Western and emerging Eastern European countriesThomas Dietz2009/320-30
24.Stock market linkages in emerging markets: evidence from Turkey and BrazilAbdullah Yalama2009/371-78
35.The topology of Danish interbank money flowsKirsten Bonde Rørdam2009/448-65
36.The train wreck in the American home mortgage industryPhilip Meguire2009/379-87
37.The use of fixed income in emerging markets: empirical evidenceJean Pierre Fenech2009/111-18
38.Value-at-Risk-based risk management on exchange traded funds: the Taiwanese experienceHung-Chun Liu2009/220-28