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REGULATORY POLICY: Government policy based on government's ability to pass laws and enact regulations.

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Lesson 18: Banking | Unit 2: Banking Details Page: 10 of 24

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  • The four types of financial institutions: banks, savings and loans associations, credit unions, and mutual savings banks.
  • That banks were once the only financial intermediaries that offered checking accounts, but that all four types of banks now offering checking accounts.
  • That a balance sheet is the record of a bank's assets and liabilities, which contains two parts: (1) Assets, and (2) Liabilities and Net Worth.

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A preference for maintaining the status quo over changing it based on relatively greater satisfaction generated by redundant information over novel information. Managerial behavior is well suited for keeping an existing business and complex organizations running smoothly and efficiently. This behavior is inclined to manage, to administer, and to apply existing rules and procedures. An alternative is entrepreneurial behavior, which is a preference for changing the status quo over maintaining it.

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