The Impact of 1998 and 2008 Financial Crises on Profitability of Islamic Banks
AbstractThe paper investigates the profitability of 78 Islamic banks in 25 countries for the period of 1992-2009. The Fixed Effect Model (FEM) used to analyse profitability shows that profit efficiency is positive and statistically significant with operating expenses against asset, equity, high income countries and non-performing loans against total loans. [BIDS Articles]. URL:[http://www.bids.org.bd/bds/34-1/ahmed&noor.pdf].
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Islamic banking; total assets; Islamic banks; Financial Crises; profitability; Financial Crises; Asian Financial Crisis; non-performing loans; high income countries; expenses; Global Financial crises; profitable banks; economic activity; investment;
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