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Testing the efficiency of Turkish banks

Testing the efficiency of Turkish banks

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Published by Economic Research Forum in Dokki, Cairo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAli Argun Karacabey.
SeriesWorking paper -- 0121
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2009/52271 (H)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination14 p.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23656460M
LC Control Number2009321573

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Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) is used to study the efficiency of city banks at this paper, and evaluate the effects of four indicators profitability, liquidity, security and sustainability on Author: Ali Argun Karacabey. efficiency of banks can affect the stability of the banking industry and thus the effectiveness of the whole monetary system.

The aim of this paper is to analyze the efficiency of banking system in Turkey between the years The efficiency scores of the 30 commercial banks are measured by using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA). The aim of the chapter is to measure the non-interest income based branch efficiency among privately-owned banks in the Turkish banking sector between and The chapter is built on the three inputs and three outputs model of bank branch efficiency and empirical results are constructed with the data envelopment analysis (DEA) in the limitation of input-orientated constant returns to scale by: 1.

(in)efficiency, this paper seeks to investigate the determinants of efficiency in the Turkish (TR) commercial banks using censored regression techniques. First, we evaluate the technical efficiency of individual TR banks in using the non-parametric frontier methodology, the Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA).

Then, the determinants of efficiency. efficiency of Australian banks over the period from to A number of studies have applied DEA and the Malmquist TFP index to question the efficiency and productivity change in the Turkish banking system.

Zaim [8] analysed the efficiency of Turkish banks to investigate the effects of post– financial liberalisation policies. Foreign Ownership and Bank Efficiency: Evidence from Turkey: /ch This chapter examines the association between Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and efficiency of commercial banks in Turkey during the period.

FirstAuthor: Özlem Olgu, Emrah Yılmaz. Assaf et al. () estimated the efficiency of Turkish banks during the period of using BSFA. Barros () used BSFA to analyze the cost efficiency of Mozambique's airports taking into. In this paper, Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) is applied to a dataset of commercial banks operated in Turkey for a period in order to measure technical efficiency of banks.

Firstly, we calculated the technical, pure technical and scale efficiency scores for individual banks and highlighted the highest and lowest efficiency by: 4. This book also offers an overall evaluation of the performance of the Turkish economy and the banking system in In addition, more details and tables that are prepared according to the related.

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Avkiran () examine the banks’ efficiency in Australia in the period of and He stated that the bank efficiency rises slowly and steadily over years. By the end ofthere are a total of 52 banks operating in the Turkish banking system. As demonstrated in Fig.

1, banks can be divided into three main groups according to their scope, which are (1) deposit banks, (2) development and investment banks, and (3) participation t banks may be examined under four types, namely “state-owned”, “privately-owned”, “banks under Cited by:   Popular Turkish Banks for Expats and Foreigners.

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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: Turkish banks. Guest contributor – Elsa Dargent (M&G Financials Credit Research team) Turkish banks have been subject to closer scrutiny over the past weeks as political events have triggered a confidence crisis with a run on the Lira (down by 38% year-to-date vs the dollar and by 26% since end-June, the banks’ last reporting date), a sizeable widening in Turkish govt yields, and an even sharper widening.The purpose of this paper is to investigate the productivity of Turkish Banks according to the effect of scale in the Post-Crises Period.

The data used in this study covers the period from to We applied Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA), which is a non-parametric linear programming-based technique for measuring relative performance of decision-making units (DMUs).