Browsing by Author "Akin, Ozlem"

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  • Akin, Ozlem; Marín, José M.; Peydró, José-Luis (2016-05-01)
    Banking crises are recurrent phenomena, often induced by excessive bank risk-taking, which may be due to behavioural reasons (over-optimistic banks neglecting risks) and to conflicts of interest between bank shareholders/managers ...
  • Akin, Ozlem; Marín, José M.; Peydró, José-Luis (2019)
    Banking crises are recurrent phenomena, often induced by excessive bank risk-taking, which may be due to behavioral reasons (over-optimistic banks neglecting risks) and to agency problems between bank shareholders with ...
  • Akin, Ozlem; Marín Vigueras, José María; Peydró, José-Luis (Oxford University Press, 2020)
    Banking crises are recurrent phenomena, often induced by excessive bank risk-taking, which may be due to behavioural reasons (over-optimistic banks neglecting risks) and to conflicts of interest between bank shareholders/managers ...
  • Akin, Ozlem; Coleman, Nicholas S.; Fons-Rosen, Christian; Peydró, José-Luis (2016-10-01)
    We exploit the 2008-2010 TARP bank bailouts after Lehman s failure to test for private information leakages from banking regulators to top corporate bank executives using insider trading data and information on political ...
  • Akin, Ozlem; Garcia Montalvo, José; Garcia Villar, Jaume, 1956-; Peydró, José-Luis; Raya, Josep M. (2014-07-01)
    We analyze the determinants of real estate and credit bubbles using a unique borrower-lender matched dataset on mortgage loans in Spain. The dataset contain real estate credit and price conditions (loan principal and spread, ...

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