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This paper investigates the impact of business models on bank performance during the period 2007-2008 among 156 banks from Central and Eastern European countries. The findings show that banks with higher capitalization perform better and present a lower probability of default. The orientation towards the traditional lending activities as well as a higher degree of income diversification boosts performance. Using a Difference-in-Difference framework we also highlight the importance of bank business strategies for bank performance across different bank characteristics (ownership, size) and macroeconomic conditions (financial crisis, EU membership status, regulatory framework.

. Fahlenbrach, R., Prilmeier, R., &. Stulz, R.M. (2012). This Time is the Same: Using Bank Performance in 1998 to Explain Bank Performance during the Recent Financial Crisis. Journal of Finance, 67(6), 2139−2185, Ferraresi, M., Nordi, F., & Rizzo, L. (2016). Una soluzione provinciale per le banche di credito cooperativo., 26 January 2016. Ferri, G. (2008). Why Cooperative Banks Are Particularly Important in a Time of Credit Crunch (Mimeo). Bari: Università di Bari. Ferri, G., Kalmi, P., & Kerola, E. (2010