The Oxford Handbook of Banking, Third Edition (3rd edition)

ISBN : 9780198824633

Allen N. Berger; Philip Molyneux; John O.S. Wilson
1328 ページ
171 x 246 mm
Oxford Handbooks
  • Covers all the important topics of research in banking
  • Written by leading researchers in the field
  • A useful reference for regulators and supervisors in the financial services industry focusing on policy orientation
  • Extensive bibliography allows readers to identify the most important research across different topic areas
  • Coverage of banking in different parts of the world providing readers with an opportunity to learn about the diversity of the financial system

New to this Edition:

  • Updated treatments of all topics
  • A range of new chapters on geographical regions including Australia, New Zealand, and China
  • New chapters on Islamic banking, microfinance, community banking, bank bailouts, and behavioural economics

The Oxford Handbook of Banking, Third Edition provides an overview and analysis of developments and research in this rapidly evolving field. Aimed at graduate students of economics, banking, and finance; academics; practitioners; regulators; and policy makers, it strikes a balance between abstract theory, empirical analysis, and practitioner and policy-related material. 
Split into five distinct parts The Oxford Handbook of Banking is a one-stop source of relevant research in banking. It examines the theory of banking, bank operations and performance, regulatory and policy perspectives, macroeconomic perspectives in banking, and international differences in banking structures and environments. Taking a global perspective it examines banking systems in the United States, China, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, Africa, the European Union, transition countries of Europe, and Latin America. Thematic issues covered include financial innovation and technological change; consumer and mortgage lending; Islamic banking; and how banks influence real economic activity.
Fully revised and now including brand new chapters on a range of geographical regions, bank bailouts and bail-ins, and behavioral economics amongst many other topics, this third edition of The Oxford Handbook of Banking provides readers with insights to seminal and contemporary research in banking and an opportunity to learn about the diversity of financial systems around the world.


1: Banking: A Decade On From The Global Financial Crisis, Allen N. Berger, Philip Molyneux, and John O.S. Wilson

Part I: The Theory of Banking
2: The Roles of Banks in Financial Systems, Franklin Allen, Elena Carletti, and Xian Gu
3: Commercial Banking and Shadow Banking: The Accelerating Integration of Banks and Markets and its Implications for Regulations, Arnoud Boot and Anjan Thakor
4: Corporate Complexity and Systemic Risk: A Progress Report, Jacopo Carmassi and Richard Herring
5: Corporate Governance and Culture in Banking, Jens Hagendorff
6: Private Information and Risk Management in Banking, Linda Allen and Anthony Saunders
7: Creation and Regulation of Bank Liquidity, Christa Bouwman

Part II: Activities and Performance
8: The performance of Financial Institutions; Modeling, Evidence, and some Policy Implications, Joe Hughes and Loretta Mester
9: Technological Change and Financial Innovation in Banking: Some Implications for FinTech, Scott Frame, Larry Wall, and Lawrence J. White
10: Payments, David Humphrey
11: Community Banking Institutions: Commercial Banks, Savings Banks, Cooperative Banks, and Credit Unions, Dasol Kim and Donal McKillop
12: Islamic Banking: A Review of the Empirical Literature and Future Research Directions, Narjess Boubakri, Ruiyuan (Ryan) Chen, Omrane Guedhami, and Xinming Li
13: Can We Improve the Impact of Microfinance? A Survey of the Recent Literature and Potential Avenues for Success, Robert Lensink and Erwin Bulte
14: Small Business Lending: The Roles of Technology and Regulation from Pre-Crisis to Crisis to Recovery, Allen N. Berger and Lamont Black
15: Residential Mortgages, Andreas Lehnert and Alex Martin
16: Securitization, Barbara Casu and Anna Sarkisyan
17: Shadow Banking, Tobias Adrian, Adam Ashcraft, Peter Breuer and Nicola Cetorelli

Part III: Regulatory and Policy Perspectives
18: Modern Central Banking, Frederic Mishkin
19: Lender of Last Resort: A New Role for the Old Instrument, Xavier Freixas and Bruno Parigi
20: Bank Bailouts and Bail-Ins, Raluca Roman
21: Bank Runs and Moral Hazard: A Review of Deposit Insurance, Deniz Anginer and Asli Demirguc-Kunt
22: Bank Capital Requirements after The Financial Crisis, Mark Van Der Weide and Jeffery Zhang
23: Market Discipline in Regulation: Pre and Post Crisis, Mark Flannery and Rob Bliss
24: Competition in The Banking Sector, Hans Degryse, Paola Morales-Acevedo and Steven Ongena
25: Behavioral Economics, Financial Literacy and Consumers' Financial Decisions, Gregory Elliehausen

Part IV: Macroeconomic Perspectives
26: Systematic Risk in Banking after The Great Financial Crisis, Olivier de Bandt and Philipp Hartmann
27: Hardy Perennials: Banking Crises Around the World, Gerry Caprio Jr and Patrick Honohan
28: Bank Failures, The Great Depression and Other 'Contagious' Events, Charles Calomiris
29: Banking Globilization: Cross-Border Entry, Complexity, and Systematic Risk, Claudia Buch and Gayle L. DeLong
30: Banking and Real Economic Activity: Foregone Conclusions and Open Challenges, Nicola Cetorelli and Michael Blank

Part V: Banking Systems Around the World
31: Banking in the United States, Robert DeYoung
32: Banking in Europe: Integration, Reform, and the Road to a Banking Union, John Goddard, Philip Molyneux, and John O.S. Wilson
33: Banking in Japan, Hirofumi Uchida and Gregory Udell
34: Banking in Africa, Thorsten Beck, Robert Cull and Patricio Valenzuela
35: Banking in China, Leora Klapper, Maria Soledad Martinez Peria, and Bilal Zia
36: Banking in the Transition Countries of Central, Southern and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, Zuzana Fungáčová, Iftekhar Hasan, Laura Solanko, Paul Wachtel
37: Banking in Latin America, Fernando J. Cardim de Carvalho, Luiz Fernando de Paula, and Jonathan Williams
38: Banking in Australia and New Zealand, Fariborz Moshirian and Eliza Wu


Edited by Allen N. Berger, H. Montague Osteen, Jr. Professor in Banking and Finance, Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina, USA, Philip Molyneux, Dean, College of Business Administration, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, and John O.S. Wilson, Professor of Banking and Finance, School of Management, University of St. Andrews
Allen N. Berger
is the H. Montague Osteen, Jr. Professor in Banking and Finance and Ph.D. coordinator of the Finance Department, Darla Moore School of Business; Carolina Distinguished Professor, University of South Carolina; Senior Fellow, Wharton Financial Institutions Center; and Fellow, European Banking Center. He also currently serves on the editorial boards of seven professional finance and economics journals. He is co-author of Bank Liquidity Creation and Financial Crises (Elsevier, 2016) and TARP and other Bank Bailouts and Bail-Ins around the World: Connecting Wall Street, Main Street, and the Financial System (Elsevier, 2019). He has published well over a hundred professional articles, including papers in top finance and economics journals.
Philip Molyneux is Dean of the College of Business Administration at the University of Sharjah (in the UAE). His main area of research is on the structure and efficiency of banking markets and he has published widely in this area. Recent publications appear in the Journal of Money, Credit and BankingJournal of Financial IntermediationJournal of Banking & Finance and the Review of Finance. He has co-written or edited over thirty five books and is also the series editor of Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions(Palgrave Macmillan). In the past, Philip has acted as a consultant to the New York Federal Reserve Bank, the World Bank, the European Commission, the UK Treasury, Citibank Private Bank, Barclays Wealth, McKinsey, Credit Suisse and various other international banks and consulting firms.

John O.S. Wilson is Professor of Banking & Finance and Director of the Centre for Responsible Banking and Finance based at the University of St Andrews. He was the Founding Chair of the British Accounting and Finance Association Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group and has guest edited special issues for the Journal of Corporate FinanceJournal of Banking & FinanceJournal of Economic Behaviour & OrganizationEuropean Journal of FinancePublic Money & Management, and the British Accounting Review. In 2018, John delivered evidence on the impact of Brexit on UK small and medium-sized enterprises to the House of Lords EU Internal Markets Committee. He is the author of Banking: A Very Short Introduction (OUP, 2016).
Tobias Adrian, International Monetary Fund
Franklin Allen, Imperial College London, UK
Linda Allen, City University of New York, USA
Deniz Anginer, World Bank
Adam B. Ashcraft, Bank of America, USA
Thorsten Beck, Cass Business School, UK
Lamont Black, DePaul University, USA
Michael Blank, Harvard Business School, USA
Robert R. Bliss, Wake Forest University, USA
Arnoud Boot, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Narjess Boubakri, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Christa Bouwman, Texas A&M University, USA
Peter Breuer, International Monetary Fund
Claudia M Buch, Deutsche Bundesbank, Germany
Charles W. Calomiris, Columbia Business School, USA
Gerard Caprio, Jr, Williams College, USA
Fernando J. Cardim de Carvalho, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Jacopo Carmassi, European Central Bank
Barbara Casu, Cass Business School, USA
Nicola Cetorelli, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, USA
Ruiyuan (Ryan) Chen, West Virginia University, USA
Robert Cull, World Bank
Olivier de Bandt, Banque de France
Gayle L. DeLong, City University of New York, USA
Hans Degryse, KU Leuven, Belgium
Asli Demirgüç-Kunt, World Bank
Robert (Bob) DeYoung, University of Kansas School of Business, USA
Gregory Elliehausen, Federal Reserve System
Luiz Fernando de Paula, State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Mark J. Flannery, University of Florida, USA
W. Scott Frame, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, USA
Xavier Freixas, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain
Zuzana Fungáčová, Finland Institute for Economies in Transition
John Goddard, Aberystwyth University, UK
Xian Gu, Central University of Finance and Economics, China
Omrane Guedhami, University of South Carolina, USA
Philipp Hartmann, European Central Bank
Jens Hagendorff, University of Edinburgh, UK
Iftekhar Hasan, Gabelli School of Business, USA
Richard Herring, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Patrick Honohan, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Joseph P. Hughes, Rutgers University, USA
David Humphrey, Florida State University, USA
Dasol Kim, US Department of the Treasury
Leora Klapper, World Bank
Andreas Lehnert, Federal Reserve Board, USA
Robert Lensink, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Xinming Li, University of South Carolina, USA
Alex Martin, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, USA
Paola Morales-Acevedo, Central Bank of Colombia
Maria Soledad (Sole) Martinez Peria, International Monetary Fund
Donal McKillop, Queen's University Belfast, UK
Loretta J. Mester, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, USA
Frederic S. Mishkin, Columbia University, USA
Fariborz Moshirian, UNSW Business School, Australia
Steven Ongena, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Bruno M. Parigi, University of Padova, Italy
Raluca A. Roman, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, USA
Anna Sarkisyan, University of Essex, UK
Anthony Saunders, New York University, USA
Laura Susanna Solanko, Bank of Finland Institute for Economies in Transition, Finland
Anjan Thakor, Washington University, USA
Hirofumi Uchida, Kobe University, Japan
Gregory F. Udell, Indiana University, USA
Patricio Valenzuela, University of Chile
Paul Wachtel, New York University, USA
Larry Wall, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, USA
Mark E. Van Der Weide, Federal Reserve System, USA
Lawrence J. White, New York University, USA
Jonathan Williams, Bangor University, UK
Eliza Wu, University of Sydney, Australia
Jeffrey Y. Zhang, Federal Reserve System, USA
Bilal Zia, World Bank