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EEA and the Financial Services Sectors in Sweden 1 edition

EEA and the Financial Services Sectors in Sweden
Emil Ems

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This Report tries to assess the consequences for Banking and Insurance in Sweden of entering the EEA (or EU, as it turned out to be). A pervasive concept used in the analysis is that of market contestability, linking the conduct and structure of markets to barriers to entry. Changes in contestability caused by changes in the financial regulatory system, asides other driving factors, are presumed to constitute a main source of dynamism in the financial sector. After identifying the essential features of the EU/EEA legal system concerning financial markets, the report identifies the main changes in Sweden's financial regulation occasioned by entering the EU/EEA and the foreseeable consequences for market structure and performance in Banking and Insurance.

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EEA and the Financial Services Sectors in Sweden
Occasional Paper 9

Published 1993 by Sveriges Riksbank in Stockholm, Sweden .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Part I Introduction
Part II Banking
Part III Insurance

Edition Notes

Series
Sveriges Riksbank Occasional Paper Series

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Pagination
62p
Number of pages
62
Dimensions
29,8 x 21 x 0,5 centimeters

Contributors

  • Author
    Erik Blomberg
  • Author
    Eva Blixt

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25414073M
ISBN 10
91-85456-64-0

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