6 edition of Competition and efficiency in a unified European banking market found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Jacob A. Bikker.|
|LC Classifications||HG2974 .B55 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2003049446|
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Bikker, Emeritus Professor, School of Economics, University of Utrecht and Visiting Scholar, Economic Policy and Research Division, De Nederlandsche Bank. Competition and Efficiency in a Unified European Banking Market This book presents the results of several years of research on competition, concentration, efficiency and performance in the European banking market.
Competition and Efficiency in a Unified European Banking Market. Jacob Bikker () in Books from Edward Elgar Publishing. Abstract: This book presents the results of several years of research on competition, concentration, efficiency and performance in the European banking market.
The author seeks to explain and interrelate the numerous characteristics of the banking industry, and provide a detailed comparative analysis of various banking sectors throughout by: Downloadable. Author(s): Jacob A.
Bikker. Abstract: This book presents the results of several years of research on competition, concentration, efficiency and performance in the European banking market. The author seeks to explain and interrelate the numerous characteristics of the banking industry, and provide a detailed comparative analysis of various banking sectors throughout Europe.
Request PDF | On Jan 1,Jacob A. Bikker and others published Competition and Efficiency in a Unified European Banking Market | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. The efficiency of European banks is crucial in the light of the current and expected increase in competition.
This paper seeks to discover the level and spread of bank efficiency in Europe. BANK COMPETITION, CONCENTRATION AND EFFICIENCY IN THE SINGLE EUROPEAN MARKET* by BARBARA CASU University of Wales, Bangor and CLAUDIA GIRARDONE University of Essex The deregulation of ﬁnancial services in the European Cited by: The deregulation of financial services in the European Union (EU), together with the establishment of the Economic and Monetary Union, aimed at the creation of a level playing‐field in the provision of banking services across the EU.
The plan was to remove entry barriers and to foster both competition and efficiency in national banking Cited by: to introduce competition in banking and to check risk- taking with capital requirements and appropriate supervision’.
6 A parallel literature has analysed the impact of bank competition on banks’ risk and efficiency. Competition and Efficiency in European Banking Over the past twenty years, the deregulation and market integration processes, coupled with advances in information technologies, have been a steady feature of EU banking markets and have given way to a profound transformation and restructuring of the banking industry.
Competition and efficiency in a unified European banking market. [Jacob A Bikker] -- "This book presents the results of several years of research on competition, concentration, efficiency and performance in the European banking market.
Marius Alin Andries and Bogdan Capraru, The Nexus between Competition and Efficiency: The European Banking Industries Experience, SSRN Electronic Journal, /ssrn, ().
Crossref Kupukile Mlambo and Mthuli Ncube, Competition and Efficiency in the Banking Cited by: Bank Competition, Concentration and Efficiency in the Single European Market Manchester School, Vol.
74, No. 4, pp.July 28 Pages Posted: 16 Jun Cited by: Competition and efficiency in EU27 banking systems Alin 1Marius Andrieş and Bogdan Căpraru2 Abstract In our study, we investigate competition in the banking systems of the EU27 as a whole, but also in both old EU member states and new EU member states, in the context of European.
Introduction. A recent EC report on retail banking in Europe outlined how bank fees for payment and other banking services often differ markedly across European countries (European Commission, Cited by: regard to old EU members, as a result of the Second European Banking Directive and the Single European Passport the speed of deregulation accelerated, and with the elimination or lowering of barriers market-entry costs substantially decreased, favouring competition and the creation of a Unified Banking Market.
Competition policy in the EU banking sector In general terms, competition policy means “applying rules to make sure that companies compete with each other and, in order to sell their products, innovate and offer good prices to consumers” (Todd, ). The current unified competition.
We found a positive impact of bank performance, bank efficiency and R&D expenditure, but a negative influence on the market capitalization of listed domestic companies and GDP growth.
European integration was developed with the aim of favoring competition in all industries, including a tendency to support more homogeneous banking Cited by: 1. studies examining banking market competition across countries. These issues concerning the measurement of competition are of particular policy relevance since European banking markets have become more concentrated in recent years.
The number of banks in the European. - E. Philip Davis, Brunel University, UK This book presents the results of several years of research on competition, concentration, efficiency and performance in the European banking market.
the author seeks to explain and interrelate the numerous characteristics of the banking industry, and provide a detailed comparative analysis of various banking sectors throughout Europe.competition in retail banking markets. There will however be more benefits for consumers if more competition returns to the market.
This can be expected as global markets and suppliers of funding .competition and efficiency is not a straightforward one: increased competition has forced banks to become more efficient but increased efficiency is not resulting in more competitive EU banking systems.
Keywords: Competition, Concentration, Efficiency, Profitability, EU banking.