This Note examines how differences in U.S. and German variants of federalism have contributed to the formation and development of the dual banking system in the United States and the three-pillar banking system in Germany. Specifically, this Note considers the manner in which federalism has informed the respective banking systems' reactions to dynamic changes in the global banking industry and analyzes the role federalism has played in contributing to or impeding reform efforts in the United States and Germany.
Khalil N. Maalouf,
Impediments to Financial Development in the Banking Sector: A Comparison of the Impact of Federalism in the United States and Germany,
Mich. J. Int'l L.
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