Opinions expressed herein are those of the authors only. They do not necessarily reflect the views of, and do not involve any responsibility for, the institutions to which the authors are affiliated. Any errors are the fault of the authors. Harald Hau acknowledges financial support from the Geneva Financial Research Institute and the Swiss Finance Institute. The authors are indebted to Thomas Drechsel and Matthias Efing for excellent research assistance and to Johannes Micheler and Antonia Simeonova for providing data and code. We are grateful to our discussants who provided careful and insightful comments: Thorsten Beck and Isabel Schnabel at the 56th Panel meeting of Economic Policy in Cyprus; Ricardo Correa at the Global Research Forum organized by the European Central Bank and the New York Fed; and Lampros Kalyvas at a workshop at the European Banking Authority. Bo Becker, Allen Berger, Oliver Burkart, Jean-Pierre Danthine, Matthias Efing, Artus Galiay, Linda Goldberg, John Griffin, Iftekha Hasan, Janet Jackson, Zijun Liu, David Llewellyn, Simone Manganelli, Jose Geli Manzano, John Muellbauer, Steven Ongena, Alex Popov, Ana Rita Ribeiro Mateus, Andrei Sarychev, Frank Smets, Jeremy Stein, Balázs Zsámboki and four anonymous referees provided helpful comments.
Bank ratings: what determines their quality?
Article first published online: 12 APR 2013
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Volume 28, Issue 74, pages 289–333, April 2013
How to Cite
Hau, H., Langfield, S. and Marques-Ibanez, D. (2013), Bank ratings: what determines their quality?. Economic Policy, 28: 289–333. doi: 10.1111/1468-0327.12009
The Managing Editor in charge of this paper was Philip Lane.
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