Competição E Concentração Entre Os Bancos Brasileiros
This analysis the relationship between market structure and competitiveness in the Brazilian bank industry. First, it quantifies competitiveness by using the statistic-H proposed by Panzar & Rosse and evaluates its relationship with several concentration statistics: Herfindahl-Hirschman, Concentration Ratio, Hall-Tideman and Theil. The concentration indexes lead concentration in CR10, while the concentration of credit operations reduces in others. The conclusion is that Brazilian banks configure a monopolistic competition industry and the relationship between competitiveness and concentration is negatively significant.
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