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The Relationship Between Concentration of the Banking Sector in Poland and Its Soundness

Nederlandsche Bank (2015). Perspective on the Structure of the Dutch Banking Sector, 1-64. Retrieved from http://www.dnb.nl/en/binaries/DNB-study%20Perspective%20on%20the%20structure%20of%20the%20Dutch%20banking%20sector_tcm47-323322.pdf. European Central Bank (2014). Banking Structures Report, 1-63. European Commission (2015). Greece - request for stability support in the form of an ESM loanAssessment of: a) the existence of a risk to the financial stability of the euro area; b) whether public debt is sustainable. c) the actual or

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Structure, Conduct and Performance of Indian Banking Sector

the Banking Sector in India and its Impact on Output and Prices of Banking Services. Reserve Bank of India Occasional Papers. 24(3), pp. 124-159. BRESNAHAN, T. F. (1989). Empirical Studies of Industries with Market Power. Handbook of Industrial Organization . Vol. 2, pp. 1011-57. BRUCKER, E. (1970). A Microeconomic Approach to Banking Competition. Journal of Fin ance. 25(5), pp. 1133-1141. CHO, Y.J. (1986). Inefficiencies from Financial Liberalization in the Absence of Well- Functioning Equity Markets. Journal of

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Baltic States Banking Sector Evolution

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This article gives an overview of the Baltic States banking sector, analysis of the evolution, structure and their perspective. The banking sector was most focused on, as is currently the most important financial intermediation chain, which has the highest weight. The crisis 2008 has highlighted the impact of globalization on the financial sector. The banking industry must take responsibility not only for a profitable business, but also for the banking activities of the possible consequences economy as a whole. This article analyzes the evolution of the banking sector in Baltic States economy recovery; financial stability in Baltic States related to the uncertainty. This paper analyzes the banking sector problems, efficiency indicators and its evolution. Article examines the changes in banking sector with the economic growth, in crisis and after the crisis. It examined the banking sector in different States and its future development, improvement perspective.

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Banking Sector of the Republic of Serbian in Terms of Transition

of South Eastern Europe. Beograd: Zadužbina Andrejević. Rogers, D. (2000). Restructuring banks in Central and Eastern European countries as a part of macroeconomic changes towards market oriented economies. Belgrade: Balkan Center for Public Policy and Related Studies. Špirić, N. and Dušanić, J. (2009). Monetary and Public Finance. Banja Luka: Ekonomski fakultet. Tomaš, R. (2008). The concentration in the banking sector of BiH and its impact on development . Sarajevo: Forum Bosna. World Bank. (1996). From Plan to Market - World

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The Impact of Banking Sector Competition on Banks’ Risk-Taking in Transition Economies of Central and South-Eastern Europe

Role of Franchise Value. Economic Policy Review 2 (2): 1-14. Dick, A. 2006. Nationwide Branching and Its Impact on Market Structure, Quality, and Bank Performance. Journal of Business 79 (2): 567-592. Efthyvoulou, G. and Yildirim, C. 2014. Market Power in CEE Banking Sectors and the Impact of the Global Financial Crisis. Journal of Banking and Finance 40 (C): 11-27. European Bank for Reconstruction and Development 2001. Transition Report. London. Greene, W., Orea, L., and Wall, A. 2010. Stochastic

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Modeling Conditional Volatility of Indian Banking Sector’s Stock Market Returns

.2307/2938260 Schaller, H., and Norden, S., 1997. Regime Switching in Stock Market Returns. Applied Financial Economics, 7 (2), 177-191. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/096031097333745 Singh, S., and Makkar, A., 2014. Relationship between Crisis and Stock Volatility: Evidence from Indian Banking Sector. IUP Journal of Applied Finance, 20 (2), 75-83. Tripathy, T., and Gil-Alana, L. A., 2015. Modeling time-varying volatility in the Indian stock returns: Some empirical evidence. Review of Development Finance, 5 (2), 91-97. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rdf.2015

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The Influence of the Banking Sector Functions on Economic Activity in Macedonia

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Possibilities for Financial Technology Sector Development and its Impact on Banking Sector Profitability in Lithuania

, A. J. (2010). Measuring Performance of Banks: An Assessment. Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 11(4). Biswas, S., & Hossain, A., & Poddler, K. A., & Hossain, N. Md. (2017). A Canonical Analysis on the Relationship between Banking Sector and Stock Market Development in Bangladesh. International Journal of Economics and Finance , 10 (1). Błach, J. (2011). Financial innovations and their role in the modern financial system – identification and systematization of the problem. Financial Internet Quarterly „e-Finanse” , 7 (3), 13

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Analysis of the Banking Sector Performance in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia Before and After the Global Financial Crisis

Assessing Corporate Governance and Risk Management. [Online] Available: https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/2618 [Accessed: 8 August 2017]. 43. Van Horne, J. C. and Wachowicz, J. M. (2008) Fundamental of financial management. 13th ed. Harlow: Pearson Education. 44. Wiesiołek, P. and Tymoczko, D. (2015) The evolution of banking sectors in Central and Eastern Europe - the case of Poland. [Online] Available: http://www.bis.org/publ/bppdf/bispap83.htm [Accessed: 18 June 2017]. 45. Živko, I. and Kandžija, T. (2013

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Sustainable Risk Management in the Banking Sector

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The globalization of financial markets and negative consequences of the financial crisis resulted in negative connotations in the operation of many financial institutions, businesses and citizens and imposed the need to implement appropriate risk management measures in the banking sector. Evolution of the financial sector makes a lot of news in the field of risk management and particularly the modelling of market, credit and operational risk. The main methodology for risk management is the value-at-risk, which is used in practice with other techniques such as the capital- at-risk method in order to minimize business risks and achieve optimal results in the banking and, generally, financial operations. Accordingly, at all levels of governance in the banking sector, there are prudential policies in place governing the management of all types of financial and operational risks. Based on the abovementioned, the focus of the examination was on the above postulate, and prompt recognition, control and proper management of banking risks.

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