JFRM  Vol.4 No.1 , March 2015
A Study of Coupling Relationship between Financial Supervision and Innovation: Based on the Data of China’s Commercial Bank Listed in the Form of A Shares
ABSTRACT
Financial supervision and financial innovation of commercial banks are the two eternal themes of modern financial development, the research of relationship between financial supervision and innovation has become the focus of financial sector research. Based on the study of financial supervision and innovation index of commercial banks, this paper establishes a coupling model for financial supervision and innovation of commercial banks and conducts an empirical research based on data contained annual reports of commercial banks listed in the form of A Shares, with results showing that financial supervision and innovation of domestic listed commercial banks are at the stage of moderate coupling, upon which relevant suggestions are concluded.

Cite this paper
Song, W. , Yan, C. , Peng, X. and Zheng, S. (2015) A Study of Coupling Relationship between Financial Supervision and Innovation: Based on the Data of China’s Commercial Bank Listed in the Form of A Shares. Journal of Financial Risk Management, 4, 1-10. doi: 10.4236/jfrm.2015.41001.
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