La Rentabilité des Banques et ses Determinants: Cas du Maroc
This paper suggests studying the banking profitability determinants in Morocco. Such profitability is measured using two different indicators, but complementary in order to know the profitability and the interest margins. The chosen profitability determinants in compliance with the economic theory and the recent empirical studies consist of organizational variables, macro-economic (exogenous) factors and macro- financial variables. The used econometric approach comprises an analysis of panel data based on a sample rolled in five principal banks in Morocco observed within the period from 1993 to 2006. Generally, some of the empirical results issued from this analysis corroborate the theoretical insights but other results are not in line with the predictions of economic theory in regards of the specifics of the structure of the banking and financial Moroccan system and the National Economy in general.
|Date of creation:||Feb 2009|
|Date of revision:||Feb 2009|
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