Impact of financial liberalization and foreign bank entry on Islamic banking performance
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- Nuri BALTACI & Gizem AKBULUT & Gürsan CÝVELEK, 2014.
"The Relationship between Foreign Banking and Credit Access: Panel Analysis Method,"
Journal of Economics and Political Economy,
KSP Journals, vol. 1(1), pages 39-48, September.
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KeywordsFinancial liberalization; Domestic credit; Islamic banks; Performance; Finance; Credit; Banks; Banking; Islam;
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