2 edition of Competition in banking. found in the catalog.
Competition in banking.
Bibliography: p. 63-64.
|Series||Hobart papers ;, 51, Hobart paper ;, 51.|
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|Number of Pages||64|
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So why is competition in banking markets important? Competition should have a positive impact on the economy, influencing a broad array of factors that can, for example, improve access to finance, increase competitiveness in other sectors of the economy, foster innovation and improve the quality of products and services offered, widen consumer choice, and promote economic growth. In this chapter, the authors test the ability of competition measures to distinguish between relatively high and low prices in four bank service lines: business and consumer loans plus savings and small time deposits. The HHI and H-statistic often do not do better than random chance. A Mark-up (an approximate Lerner index) or a frontier competition measure does : Wilko Bolt, David Humphrey.
competition and efficiency in banking Download competition and efficiency in banking or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get competition and efficiency in banking book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in . The cited reviews of literature show that the pair-wise relationship 8 between banking competition, banking stability, and economic growth has been broadly studied with varying results for different countries and regions. Some studies support supply-leading, while others support demand-following, feedback, or neutrality hypotheses.
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