The employment structure of cooperative banks

A test of institutional hypotheses

ABSTRACT We study the claim that, because of their institutional design, current cooperative banks differ in their employment decisions compared to other conventional banks. The success of cooperative banks in the past was grounded on efficiency advantages generated through peer‐monitoring, social s...

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Volume: 87
Main Author: Bossler, Mario
Schild, Christopher-Johannes
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Zielgruppe: Academic
Place of publication: Blackwell Publishing Ltd 2016
Wiley-Blackwell
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published in: Annals of public and cooperative economics Vol. 87; no. 1; pp. 79 - 92
Data of publication: 2016
ISSN: 1467-8292
1370-4788
0770-8548
1467-8292
EISSN: 1467-8292
Discipline: Business
Bibliography: Ludwig-Erhard-Forschungsgesellschaft in Nuremberg
mario.bossler@iab.de
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christopher-johannes.schild@fau.de
For helpful comments and suggestions, we thank Lutz Bellmann, Thiess Büttner, and Matthias Wrede, as well as participants of the firm data seminar at the University of Erlangen‐Nuremberg. Christopher‐Johannes Schild received funding for this research project from the Ludwig‐Erhard‐Forschungsgesellschaft in Nuremberg. E‐mails
Subjects:
G21
J21
J54
M14
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