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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the factors that affect differences in measured efficiency of foreign‐owned banks operating in Australia. The relevance of both comparative advantage theory and new trade theory to multinational banking in Australia will be tested....
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the efficiency and productivity of a Greek bank's branches. Design/methodology/approach – The sample consists of 458 branches of a Greek commercial bank, operating in 13 regions of Greece over the period 2002‐2005, a total of 1,795 observations....
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to determine the market‐value relevance of frontier efficiency scores and to test hypotheses from corporate control and production theory by analyzing the market response to US property–liability (P–L) insurer acquisitions and divestitures....
Purpose – This paper examines whether earnings and its components are relevant and sufficient to bridge the gap between banks' market and book values, and also considers if bank efficiency is “value relevant” for banks valuation. Design/methodology/approach – This paper follows the value...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the role of institutional developments – market economy, financial deepening, private sector, property rights and rule of law – affecting the bank efficiency in China. Design/methodology/approach – First, profit efficiency and cost efficiency...
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