2016 | 1(9) | 21-33
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Systemy bankowe w krajach postkomunistycznych na tle krajów wysoko rozwiniętych – analiza porównawcza

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This paper investigates differences between banking systems in 19 post-communist countries and in 21 developed ones, covering the period from 1995 to 2014. The analysis encompasses the size, the ownership structure, the concentration and CAMELS-based ratios, as well as the evolution of the financial safety net. Although the banking systems in post-communist countries are still smaller than in the other group of states, they are more profitable and better capitalized. The financial safety net in the post-communist countries has managed to catch up the peers in the developed economies.
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