3 edition of Liberalization, ownership and productivity in Turkish Banking found in the catalog.
Liberalization, ownership and productivity in Turkish Banking
|Statement||Ihsan Isik, Ugur Meleke, Ebru Isik.|
|Series||Working paper series -- 0218|
|Contributions||Melek, Ugur., Işık, Ebru.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2009/52249 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||2009321536|
Cited by: Ihsan Isik & Ugur Meleke & Ebru Isik, "Liberalization, Ownership and Productivity in Turkish Banking," Working Papers , Economic Research Forum, revised 20 Jun Xavier Cuadras & Ángel S. Fernández Castro & Joan R. Rosés, "Productividad, competencia e innovación en la banca privada española ()," Economics Working Papers , Department of . Bibliography . Ahtialan, P (), The New Theory of Commercial Banking and Bank Lending Behavior, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 52, No. 5, November . Amaral, P. S. and Quintin, E. (), Financial Intermediation and Economic Development: A Quantitative Assessment, Conference on Latin America’s Total Factor Productivity Puzzle, Available from:File Size: KB.
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Productivity and efficiency of Turkish banks with the Liberalization in their operating environment (financial liberalization), variations in their sizes (small X large) and differences in their ownership.
Liberalization, Ownership and Productivity in Turkish Banking This paper examines productivity developments in public, private and foreign banks operating in Turkey over the initial post-liberalization period.
Liberalization, Ownership and Productivity in Turkish Banking. and productivity growth, it was carried out in the context of the Turkish banking system, which has a rich mix of ownership form s – state owned, private and : Ihsan Isik. This implies that the source of productivity growth in Turkish banks is mainly “imitation”—the efforts of the inefficient banks to catch up with the best‐practice banks—rather than.
This paper examines the banking efficiency in a pre- and post-liberalization environment by drawing on the Turkish experience by using DEA. The paper also investigates the scale effect on efficiency.
Our findings suggest that liberalization programs were followed by an observable decline in efficiency. Another finding of the study is that the Turkish banking system had a serious scale Cited by: banking).
The study finds that liberalization programs were followed by an observable decline in efficiency. Another finding of the study is that Turkish banking system had a serious scale problem due to macroeconomic instability. Cingi and Tarim () examine the efficiency and productivity change in Turkish commercial banking.
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The effects of financial crisis on the Turkish banking system efficiency and the efficiency score differences of domestic and foreign bank subgroups operating in Turkey are also examined in this paper.
Keywords: Bank Efficiency, DEA, Turkey Introduction Turkish Banking Sector has changed drastically in the last ten years. Foreign trade and its relation to competition and productivity in Turkish industry (English) Abstract. This paper examines how the reform of the trade regime in Turkey during theCited by: Foreign banks can be used as a policy instrument to induce efficiency and productivity improvements in local banking industries.
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Design/methodology/approach – This study is Author: Ihsan Isik. Measuring banking efficiency in the pre- and post-liberalization environment: evidence from the Turkish banking system (English) Abstract. The authors examine banking efficiency before and after liberalization, drawing on Turkey's experience.
They also investigate the scale effect on efficiency by type of by: PDF | The newly chartered domestic and foreign banks constituted about half of the Turkish banking industry at the turn of the past century.
This record | Find, read and cite all the research Author: Ihsan Isik. M easuring Banking Banking efficiency in Turkey Efficiency in the Pre- was expected to improve after liberalization.
Instead, it and Post-Liberalization declined, perhaps because of increasing macroeconomic Environment instability. Evidence from the Turkish Banking System Cevdet A. Denizer Mustafa Din, Murat Tarimcilar The World BankFile Size: 2MB.
Ihsan Isik & Ugur Meleke & Ebru Isik, "Liberalization, Ownership and Productivity in Turkish Banking," Working PapersEconomic Research Forum, revised 20 Jun Luintel, Kul B. & Selim, Sheikh & Bajracharya, Pushkar, Denizer, Dinc, and Tarimcilar examine banking efficiency before and after liberalization, drawing on Turkey’s experience.
They also investigate the scale effect on efficiency by type of ownership. Their findings suggest that liberalization programs were followed by. reported efficiency gains in Turkish banks after the liberalization program. Leightner and Lovell () investigated the Thai banking industry from both the bank and the government’s perspective from to They found that the average Thai bank had a rapid productivity gain based on its own objectives, but that during this period.
"Financial Distress and Bank Performance: Turkish Experience," Working PapersEconomic Research Forum, revised 13 Jun Ihsan Isik & Ugur Meleke & Ebru Isik, "Liberalization, Ownership and Productivity in Turkish Banking," Working PapersEconomic Research Forum, revised 20 Jun Articles.
Ihsan Isik & Daniel. This chapter presents a survey of empirical literature on bank efficiency. Bank ownership and productivity developments: evidence from Turkey. Stud Econ Financ 24(2 Liberalization, ownership and efficiency issues: a comparative study of South East Asian banking.
A paper presented at conference on globalization and financial services in Cited by: 4. Abstract. Efficiency and profitability of banks and other financial institutions are very frequently discussed topics in economic literature.
Harker and Zenios () give a comprehensive and excellent analysis of the performance of financial by: Privatization, Efficiency and Public Ownership in Turkey - An Analysis of the Banking IndustryInstitute of European Finance, unpublished working paper.
(). Productivity Growth in Large US Commercial Banks: The Initial Post-Deregulation : Ihsan Isik and Emin Akcaoglu.efficiency developments in banking by ownership, drawing particularly on the initial post liberalization experience of public, private and foreign banks operating in Turkey.
A close examination of different groups of banks is very important for policy and research concerns especially in the new environment. First and foremost, to detect the extents.