Asymmetric information and employment: evidence from the U.S. banking sector.
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AbstractThe goal of this paper is to analyze and assess the role of asymmetric information for employment performance in the case of the U.S. banking industry. To this end, the analysis performs a number of methodological approaches, such as panel cointegration and long- and short-run panel causality, spanning the period 2000–2013. The findings provide evidence that asymmetric information exerts a negative effect on employment. The results remain robust after the implementation of further checks.
CitationApergis, N., Fafaliou, I. and Stefanitsis, M., (2016). 'Asymmetric information and employment: evidence from the US banking sector.' The Journal of Economic Asymmetries, 14, pp. 199-210. DOI: 10.1016/j.jeca.2016.09.001 1703-4949
JournalThe Journal of Economic Asymmetries.
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