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This paper was published as a Faculty Working Paper (no. 212) for the Lubin School of Business, Center for Applied Research, August 2003.

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Abstract

The financial services industry has been consolidating for more than two decades. This study examines the extent and affects of the deregulation movement on the credit union industry. It identifies a number of operational factors that have contributed to growth of the average size credit union in the 1990s and benefits to members that have resulted from this consolidation trend.



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