Commentaries on banking regulation
This volume discusses the quest for a bank policy, the supervisory process, repetition and expansion, the Glass-Steagall Act, regulation of bank holding companies, deregulation and self-regulation, interstate banking, the Federal Reserve Board's bank holding company decisions, affiliations between banks and thrift institutions, and contested bank takeovers.
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