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The second edition of an essential text on the microeconomic foundations of banking surveys the latest research in banking theory, with new material that covers recent developments in the field. Over the last thirty years, a new paradigm in banking theory has overturned economists' traditional vision of the banking sector.

The asymmetric information model, extremely powerful in many areas of economic theory, has proven useful in banking theory both for explaining the role of banks in the economy and for pointing out structural weaknesses in the banking sector that may justify government intervention. In the past, banking courses in most doctoral programs in economics, business, or finance focused either on management or monetary issues and their macroeconomic consequences; a microeconomic theory of banking did not exist because the Arrow-Debreu general equilibrium model of complete contingent markets the standard reference at the time was unable to explain the role of banks in the economy.

This text provides students with a guide to the microeconomic theory of banking that has emerged since then, examining the main issues and offering the necessary tools for understanding how they have been modeled. Praise for the first edition:"The book is a major contribution to the literature on the theory of banking and intermediation. It brings together and synthesizes a broad range of material in an accessible way.

I recommend it to all serious scholars and students of the subject. The authors are to be congratulated on a superb achievement. It gives an impressive synthesis of an enormous body of research developed over the last twenty years. It is clearly written and apleasure to read. What I found particularly useful is the great effort that Xavier Freixas and Jean-Charles Rochet have taken to systematically integrate the theory of financial intermediation into classical microeconomics and finance theory.

This book is likely to become essential reading for all graduate students in economics, business, and finance. This work manages to be both rigorous and pleasant to read. Such a book was long overdue and shouldbe required reading for anybody interested in the economics of banking and finance. The Microeconomics of Banking will be a real boon to all lecturers and students studying banking at the graduate level in economics and finance.

Carefully presented by two of the very best banking theorists in the world, Freixas and Rochet's text surveys the most advanced theories of banking behavior, and of the rationale for regulation. Each main chapter comes complete with testing problems and their solutions. Highly recommended. This is an excellent introduction to the theory of banking.

It assumes little prior knowledge but quickly takes the reader to the frontiers of the field. It should be required reading in any Ph. D level course on banking, as also for anybody who has an interest in the theoretical foundations of banking.

At last the profession has an advanced book on the theory of banking. Freixas and Rochet make a real contribution to the profession by integrating a disparate but growing literature on intermediation. They show the role that these institutions play in the economy and the complex nature of optical decision making in an imperfect capital market.

The book should be required reading for serious students in the area. The events of the summer and fall of underline the importance of the role played by banks in the economy. The Microeconomics of Banking provides an outstanding exposition of the theory of banking. The second edition is even better than the first. Freixas and Rochet are exceptional scholars who have contributed significantly to the field.

They have managed to explain banking in a comprehensive and comprehensible way. This book is essential reading for anybody who wishes to understand banking. Search Search. Search Advanced Search close Close. Preview Preview. Microeconomics of Banking, Second Edition By Xavier Freixas and Jean-Charles Rochet The second edition of an essential text on the microeconomic foundations of banking surveys the latest research in banking theory, with new material that covers recent developments in the field.

Add to Cart Buying Options. Request Permissions Exam copy. Overview Author s Praise. Summary The second edition of an essential text on the microeconomic foundations of banking surveys the latest research in banking theory, with new material that covers recent developments in the field. Share Share Share email. Endorsements The Microeconomics of Banking will be a real boon to all lecturers and students studying banking at the graduate level in economics and finance.

Charles Goodhart London School of Economics This is an excellent introduction to the theory of banking. Anthony M. Santomero Richard K. Mellon Professor of Finance, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania The events of the summer and fall of underline the importance of the role played by banks in the economy.

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FREIXAS Y ROCHET MICROECONOMICS OF BANKING PDF

The second edition of an essential text on the microeconomic foundations of banking surveys the latest research in banking theory, with new material that covers recent developments in the field. Over the last thirty years, a new paradigm in banking theory has overturned economists' traditional vision of the banking sector. The asymmetric information model, extremely powerful in many areas of economic theory, has proven useful in banking theory both for explaining the role of banks in the economy and for pointing out structural weaknesses in the banking sector that may justify government intervention. In the past, banking courses in most doctoral programs in economics, business, or finance focused either on management or monetary issues and their macroeconomic consequences; a microeconomic theory of banking did not exist because the Arrow-Debreu general equilibrium model of complete contingent markets the standard reference at the time was unable to explain the role of banks in the economy. This text provides students with a guide to the microeconomic theory of banking that has emerged since then, examining the main issues and offering the necessary tools for understanding how they have been modeled. Praise for the first edition:"The book is a major contribution to the literature on the theory of banking and intermediation. It brings together and synthesizes a broad range of material in an accessible way.

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Microeconomics of Banking, Second Edition

Since then, a microeconomic theory of banking has developed, mainly through a switch of emphasis from the modeling of risk to the modeling of imperfect information. This asymmetric information model is based on the assumption that different economic agents possess different pieces of information on relevant economic variables, and that they will use the information for their own profit. The model has been extremely useful in explaining the role of banks in the economy. It has also been useful in pointing out structural weaknesses of the banking sector that may justify government intervention--for example, exposure to runs and panics, the persistence of rationing in the credit market, and solvency problems. Microeconomics of Banking provides a guide to the new theory. Topics include why financial intermediaries exist, the industrial organization approach to banking, optimal contracting between lenders and borrowers, the equilibrium of the credit market, macroeconomic consequences of financial imperfections, individual bank runs and systemic risk, risk management inside the banking firm, and bank regulation. Each chapter ends with a detailed problem set and solutions.

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Over the last thirty years, a new paradigm in banking theory has overturned economists' traditional vision of the banking sector. The asymmetric information model, extremely powerful in many areas of economic theory, has proven useful in banking theory both for explaining the role of banks in the economy and for pointing out structural weaknesses in the banking sector that may justify government intervention. In the past, banking courses in most doctoral programs in economics, business, or finance focused either on management or monetary issues and their macroeconomic consequences; a microeconomic theory of banking did not exist because the Arrow-Debreu general equilibrium model of complete contingent markets the standard reference at the time was unable to explain the role of banks in the economy. This text provides students with a guide to the microeconomic theory of banking that has emerged since then, examining the main issues and offering the necessary tools for understanding how they have been modeled. This second edition covers the recent dramatic developments in academic research on the microeconomics of banking, with a focus on four important topics: the theory of two-sided markets and its implications for the payment card industry; "non-price competition" and its effect on the competition-stability tradeoff and the entry of new banks; the transmission of monetary policy and the effect on the functioning of the credit market of capital requirements for banks; and the theoretical foundations of banking regulation, which have been clarified, although recent developments in risk modeling have not yet led to a significant parallel development of economic modeling. Toggle navigation.

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The key lesson that economists have learnt from the recent crisis is how fundamental are the interactions between finance and macroeconomics. This course is hence motivated by the need to integrate macroeconomics and finance. The course emphasizes the importance of credit market imperfections for aggregate economic activity and the conduct of monetary policy. Particular relevance is given to the causes and the implications of the recent financial crisis. We expect financial macroeconomics to become a rapidly growing field in the near future.

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