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Bank Competition and Concentrations: The Impact of Credit Unions

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Bank Competition and Concentrations: The Impact of Credit Unions
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Bank Competition and Concentrations: The Impact of Credit Unions
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One aspect of the financial services industry is that for-profit institutions, such as commercial banks, compete directly with not-for-profit financial intermediaries, such as credit unions. In this article, the authors analyze the competition between banks and credit unions. Using annual county-level data on banking-market concentration and household participation rates at occupational credit unions for the period between 1989 and 1996, the authors find empirical evidence of two-way competitive interactions between banks and credit unions
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  • Emmons, William R
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Schmid, Frank A.
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Bank Competition and Concentrations: The Impact of Credit Unions
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1224
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ICPSR01224.v1
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Bank Competition and Concentrations: The Impact of Credit Unions
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1224
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ICPSR01224.v1
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