Study Of Correlation Between Average Interest Rate And Non-Performing Loans In The Romanian Banking System During 2006- February 2010
This paper aims to examine the correlation between average interest rate and non-performing loans in the Romanian banking system during 2006-February 2010. We based our approach on the Pearson correlation coefficient and we realized an empirical study, which demonstrates how these relevant banking elements are connected. Also, the result of this research suggests that there are other indirect channels which affect the non-performing loans.
Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (December)
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