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1 107/2 國企系 林志鴻 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Cross-Border Lending, Government Capital Injection, and Bank Performance , [107-2] :Cross-Border Lending, Government Capital Injection, and Bank Performance期刊論文Cross-Border Lending, Government Capital Injection, and Bank PerformanceJyh-Horng Lin; Pei-Chi Lii; Fu-Wei Huang; Shi Chencross-border lending;bank interest margin;government capital injection;barrier optionInternational Journal of Financial Studies 7(2), 21In this paper, we develop a contingent claim model to examine the optimal bank interest margin, i.e., the spread between the domestic loan rate and the deposit market rate of an international bank in distress. The framework is used to evaluate the cross-border lending eciency for a bank that participates in a government capital injection program, a government intervention used in response to the 2008 financial crisis. This paper suggests that government capital injection is an appropriate way to recapitalize the distressed bank, enhancing the bank interest margin and survival probability. Nevertheless, the government capital injection lacks eciency
2 105/1 國企系 蔡政言 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Politically connected lending, government capital injection, and bank performance , [105-1] :Politically connected lending, government capital injection, and bank performance期刊論文Politically connected lending, government capital injection, and bank performanceJou, Rosemary; Chen, Shi; Tsai, Jeng-YanGovernment capital injection;Ownership structure;Political connection;Barrier optionInternational Review of Economics and Finance 47, p.220-232This paper takes a contingent claim approach to evaluate the equity and risk of a bank. The paper investigates how government capital injection affects the bank's lending and equity risk, and how these effects vary across remaining privately owned and becoming government-owned. In particular, we argue that the strength of government ownership is useful in disciplining management of preferential access to debt financing for politically connected borrowing firms. It is shown that government capital injection leads to superior performance and greater safety for the bank remaining privately owned. The advantage of large capital is likely to be mor
3 104/1 商管認證辦公室 林谷峻 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Technology choice and bank performance with government capital injection under deposit insurance fund protection , [104-1] :Technology choice and bank performance with government capital injection under deposit insurance fund protection期刊論文Technology choice and bank performance with government capital injection under deposit insurance fund protectionShi Chen; Ku-Jun LinGovernment capital injection;Deposit insurance fund protection;Human resource investment;Bank interest margin;Default riskInternational Review of Economic and Finance 39, pp.162-174The barrier option theory of corporate security valuation is applied to the two-stage contingent claims of a regulated bank during a financial turmoil. This paper examines the relationships among government capital injection, regulatory deposit insurance fund protection, bank interest margin, and technology choice of investment in human resource relative to information technology. An increase in human resource results in an increased interest margin, and further a decreased default risk when the bank adopts a relatively high level of information technology. We also
4 101/1 國企系 林志鴻 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Option-Based Modelling of Technology Choices and Bank Performance , [101-1] :Option-Based Modelling of Technology Choices and Bank Performance期刊論文Option-Based Modelling of Technology Choices and Bank PerformanceHung, Wei-Ming; Lin, Jyh-Horng淡江大學國際企業學系Technology; Bank interest margin; Equity riskICIC InternationalICIC Express Letters 6(8), pp.2019-2024This paper examines how technology choices affect bank interest margins and thus bank equity risk. We show that a higher level of backward technology, a higher administrative cost (e.g., personnel cost) with a lower fixed cost (e.g., the investment cost of Automated Teller Machines), has positive effects on bank interest margins, but has negative effects on bank risks. As a result, the bank might succeed in making more profits and reducing higher risks by introducing a backward technology rather than an advanced technology.2013-05-27 101學年度專任教師研究獎助&補正完成 by 何雯婷;Made available in DSpace on 2013-05-27T08:26:10Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 0;tku_id: ; 000077224;Submitted by 雯婷 何 (144370@mail.tku.edu
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