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the concerted action of depositors who try to withdraw their money from a bank because they think it will fail

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2008a), 'The optimal threshold for banking crisis prevention and the consequences of regulatory forbearance', Brunel University Working Paper, 08-19, Department of Economics and Finance, Brunel University.
In a report, the international credit-rating agency said the banking crisis could have ended April 1 this year when Japan terminated temporary depositor-protecting measures by introducing a deposit insurance cap.
Although the shared objective is to determine whether deposit insurance promotes or reduces banking stability, I allow for the possibility that the likelihood of a banking crisis after the introduction of deposit insurance may change over time.
Bernanke, "Nonmonetary Effects of the Banking Crisis in the Propagation of the Great Depression," American Economic Review, 73 (1983), pp.
The magnitude of borrowing called for under newly refined plans to resolve the banking crisis now far exceeds original expectations, and adds notably to an already high accumulated debt level.
The head of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, said that the Irish banking crisis was home made.
But sadly since the banking crisis decimated the global economy in 2008, the western world's official unemployment numbers have soared.
The TG4 debate focused on the banking crisis, the EU/IMF deal, redundancies in the public service, tourism, fishing, farming and the Irish language.
THE growth of a "market mentality" was an underlying factor in the banking crisis, the leader of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales said yesterday.
Deputy Bruton claimed the Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan should focus on replacing the people who caused the banking crisis rather than changing the existing financial regulation.
GORDON Brown has promised to visit West Yorkshire to see the impact of the banking crisis.
The banking crises of the 1990s spurred numerous case studies, some descriptive and some econometric, of specific banking crisis episodes, as well as several attempts to draw generalisations from individual experiences.
He says his off ice, the Central Bank and the Finance Ministry can't agree on a plan to deal with the country's banking crisis.
The Japanese banking crisis is far from over," said Ernest Napier, managing director of the U.
Greenspan said the banking crisis of the 1980s, plus the industry's ongoing consolidation, has reduced the number of banks by more than a third in the last 20 years.
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