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    Booktitle:

    Maturity Mismatching

    Is this a legitimate banking practice?

    LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2020-02-20 )

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    ISBN-13:

    978-620-0-53159-9

    ISBN-10:
    6200531595
    EAN:
    9786200531599
    Book language:
    English
    Blurb/Shorttext:
    This book consists of a debate between two sets of co-authors. Block and Barnett maintain that maturity mismatching in banking should be illegal, and will lead to the business cycle. Bagus, Howden and Huerta de Soto take the opposite point of view. What is maturity mismatching? It is a time mismatch between assets and liabilities of a bank; between deposits and loans. There are two forms of such mismatching. First, the bank can borrow short, and lend long (bsll). That is, it can take in a time deposit of one year’s duration, and lend out this money for a period of five years, based on this deposit. Second, the bank can borrow long, and lend short (blls). That is, it can take in a time deposit of a ten year’s duration, and lend out this money for a period of five years, based on this deposit. Our dispute mainly concerns the former.
    Publishing house:
    LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
    Website:
    https://www.lap-publishing.com/
    By (author) :
    Bagus, Barnett II, Block, Howden, Huerta de Soto .
    Number of pages:
    160
    Published on:
    2020-02-20
    Stock:
    Available
    Category:
    Money, Bank, Stock exchange
    Price:
    46.90 €
    Keywords:
    Maturity Mismatching, banking practice, dimensions and fraud

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