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Economic Quarterly

Fall 2002

Competition Among Bank Regulators

John A. Weinberg

When banks can choose among multiple regulators, how does the interaction of the regulators affect the performance of the banking industry? This question is addressed in the context of a bank regulation model that emphasizes the role of bank examinations used to monitor banks' choices of risky investments.

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