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act of closing down a bank because of a fiscal emergency or failure

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(2) states having greater volatility in the growth rate of gross state product tend to have higher bank closing rates;
(4) states where the average ratio of net worth to assets is higher tend to have lower bank closing rates; and
(5) states where the average proportion of outstanding loans that banks charge-off is higher tend to experience higher bank closing rates.
(6) the higher the average cost of funds to commercial banks within a state, the higher the bank closing rate in that state tends to be.(3)
seeks to identify the critical factors causing the regional differentiation of bank closings between 1982 and 1988." According to Amos [1, 805], the study is motivated by ".
Over this longer time period, there were one or more bank closings in all 50 states; therefore, in our estimation, we can in fact appropriately use the OLS estimation technique.
the regional nature of financial activity that may lie at the heart of regionally differentiated bank closings." Yet, except for two dummy variables (DMUN and DMST), there are no strictly financial variables (such as the cost of funds to commercial banks or commercial bank capital [net worth]-to-asset ratios or charge-offs) included in his model.
Indeed, such is the apparent finding obtained by Amos [1, 814] himself, where he concludes, based on a statistically significant but incorrectly signed (in his view) coefficient for variable GSP, that "States with more GSP in 1980 also have a significantly higher probability of bank closings .
[BCPB.sub.s] = the ratio of the number of bank closings in state s from 1982 through 1992 to the number of banks in state s in 1980, expressed as a percent;
Given the problems in the oil and natural gas industry during the period under examination and the adverse economic effects thereof, we would, like Amos [1], expect that states having a higher percentage of gross state product deriving from oil and natural gas extraction to have higher rates of bank closings. Similarly, the inclusion/retention of variable AGPs allows us to assess whether changes in the health of the agriculture sector in the various state economies impacted on bank closings in the various states.
(3) states permitting limited branch banking appear to be less prone than other states to bank closings;