Presentation Title

Comparing Differences Ans Similarieties in the European Banking System, Using the French, German, Italian, Spanish and English Banking System

Location

Nessmith-Lane Atrium

Session Format

Poster Presentation

Research Area Topic:

Business Administration - Logistics

Abstract

To see if a certain banking system structures are more or less desirable throughout a financial crisis, and what the characteristics of the different systems are. We are using five different European countries as examples.

Data will be collected from different resources such as the European central bank, and each country's central bank. We will collect financial data from before the crisis and after to measure the impact the subprime lending crisis and the sovereign debt crisis have had on the Union.

The significance of this research is that it will help understand the subprime lending crisis, as well as the sovereign debt crisis better, and understand why American banks failed at a higher rate than Europeans. In addition, we are hoping to discover why the sovereign debt crisis hit Europe harder than the US.

Presentation Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

Start Date

4-16-2016 2:45 PM

End Date

4-16-2016 4:00 PM

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Comparing Differences Ans Similarieties in the European Banking System, Using the French, German, Italian, Spanish and English Banking System

Nessmith-Lane Atrium

To see if a certain banking system structures are more or less desirable throughout a financial crisis, and what the characteristics of the different systems are. We are using five different European countries as examples.

Data will be collected from different resources such as the European central bank, and each country's central bank. We will collect financial data from before the crisis and after to measure the impact the subprime lending crisis and the sovereign debt crisis have had on the Union.

The significance of this research is that it will help understand the subprime lending crisis, as well as the sovereign debt crisis better, and understand why American banks failed at a higher rate than Europeans. In addition, we are hoping to discover why the sovereign debt crisis hit Europe harder than the US.