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Working paper

Does Banking Regulation Cause Counterproductive Economic Dynamics?

Penikas H. I., Selmier II W. T.
This essay aims at highlighting the linkage between current international banking regulation (namely, that produced by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision) and economic activity, which is proxied by the S&P500 stock market index. It is revealed that the amount of regulatory documents published per year affects stock market performance, but only for the next two years. Discussion on the probable reasons for this is included.