By Dimitri Vittas
The learn discusses methods of comparing monetary laws and their impact on macroeconomic, allocative, protecting, and different monetary platforms. it's a convenient guidebook to regulatory alterations confronted through banking and nonbanking markets alike.
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With property loans accounting for 36 percent of all bank loans in 1986, up from 26 percent in 1980, commercial banks incurred heavy losses. In addition, finance companies and deposit taking cooperatives (DTCs) were heavily exposed to property investments. Faced with a potentially major financial crisis and loss of confidence in the stability of the financial system, the authorities took decisive action to stem the losses, recapitalize distressed banks, and intervene in institutions that were unable to inject new capital.
However, banking crises may also occur in countries that do not undergo major liberalization of their financial systems. The proximate causes of banking crisis may then be either a segment of the banking system that is not properly supervised and may engage in imprudent or fraudulent behavior or a segment that is subject to inconsistent regulations and to incentives that are incompatible with stable and sustained expansion. Another aspect of banking crises is the speed of reaction by the authorities to restructure ailing institutions, contain losses, and remove the causes that brought about the crisis in the first place.
Akiyoshi Horiuchi analyzes the process of financial liberalization in Japan since the end of World War II. He first examines the relationship between financial regulation and economic growth during the high growth era, specifically the period from 1960 to the early 1970s. He then considers the financial liberalization that started in the mid-1970s. Horiuchi emphasizes that financial liberalization was induced by the structural changes caused by the achievement of high growth and that it was not a cause but rather a consequence of economic development in Japan.