Efficiency and contestability in emerging market banking systems

Abstract

This paper explores some of the potential determinants of efficiency and contestability in the banking systems of major emerging countries, using a sample of 24 countries over the period 2004 -2013. Efficiency is estimated using both stochastic frontier and data envelopment analyses. Market contestability is measured with the Panzar-Rosse H-statistic. Potential drivers of efficiency and market contestability are then discussed.

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In OECD Journal: Economic Studies, Vol. 20161.
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