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Increasingly important in many countries is the part of the bank’s income that comes from fees and commission rather than from the interest margin. BANKING 25 Because the liabilities of banks form a large part of the accepted definitions of the money supply, banks attract government regulation on a scale that is greater than that applying to almost every other sector. This regulation can be divided into two main areas. The first is regulation for the purposes of furthering monetary policy. The other area of regulation covers the prudent behaviour of banks in an effort to ensure the safe and efficient functioning of the banking system.
The dichotomy for many is useful but non-operational. Galbraith (1962) popularized it by awarding the outcome of ‘persuasive’ advertising the title of the ‘Dependence Effect’. Thus, consumer wants depend not on innate human needs but on advertising; producers must ‘create’ these wants to dispose of their output, and were it not for advertising, people would have no important, unsatisfied 8 ADVERTISING desires. However, the argument’s force lies in its originator’s persuasive semantics and not in empirical proof.
On the domestic scene the methods of operation of the international banking market have been adopted in what is termed ‘wholesale’ banking, in which banks deal with large organizations. The technique is essentially the mobilization of large deposits through an interbank money market to provide funds for loans of up to ten years, often at rates of interest that change every three or six months. In ‘retail’ banking, with households and small businesses, the number of personal customers has increased, especially through the payment of wages into bank accounts rather than by cash.
A Lexicon of Economics (Social Science Lexicons) by Phyllis Deane, Jessica Kuper