Journal Of Network Theory In Finance

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Financial networks and bank liquidity

Thiago Christiano Silva, Marcos Soares da Silva and Benjamin Miranda Tabak

  • The authors link banking liquidity performance and core-periphery structures.
  • Core-periphery structures can improve banking liquidity performance. 
  • Central players in the network have better banking liquidity performance.

ABSTRACT

Our paper is the first to link bank liquidity performance and core-periphery network structures. We show that core-periphery structures can improve the liquidity performance of banks. We also find that network centrality plays a major role in bank liquidity performance. In particular, central players often display better liquidity performance than peripheral members. Our results are relevant for policy-making and financial regulation.

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