What Should Banks Do?

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Brookings Institution Press, 1987 - Business & Economics - 207 pages
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Describes changes in the financial services industry, discusses the advantages and risks of expanding bank powers, and suggests guidelines for balancing the benefits of competition and public service

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Contents

Introduction
1
A Historical Account
8
Benefits from Financial Product Diversification
60
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