An analysis of the impact of international activity on the domestic balance sheet of US banks
The primary purpose of a recent study is to compare the domestic office balance sheet profiles of international US banks with those of domestic banks in the 1984, 1987, and 1989 pooled sample period that included the LDC loan crisis period. The profiles and performance of both foreign focused and domestic focused international banks were analyzed and compared.
MIR: Management International Review
Haslem, John A.; Scheraga, Carl; and Bedingfield, James P., "An analysis of the impact of international activity on the domestic balance sheet of US banks" (1995). Business Faculty Publications. 209.
Haslem, J. A., Scheraga, C. A., & Bedingfield, J. P. (1995). An analysis of the impact of international activity on the domestic balance sheet of U.S. banks. Management International Review, 35(1), 45-68.
Copyright 1995 Gabler Verlag
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