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It analyzes the data using advanced stochastic tests.
It benchmarks them with those concentration processes, which would have occured, if Gibrats "Law of proportionate Effect" had occured. Moreover, it offers the most complete bibliography on concentration processes in the banking industry.
Note to the authors: Your second edtion should say a bit more about the effect of IT on banking. You did complain "that there are no publications on the effect IT on banking." Indent the data
from "The Banking Revolution - IT in Banking - salavation or slaughter ?" , published in late 1997 by Carrington,Langguth, Steiner from Mitchel Madison Group. If you do so, your book is perfect.
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