Are Non-Conventional Banks More Resilient than Conventional Ones to Financial Crisis?
This paper presents empirical evidence of the impact of the recent global financial crises on Islamic and conventional banks in three GCC countries. Our assumptions are discussed within the framework of Khan (1976), Khan and Mirakhor (2005) and Chapra (2008). A diagonal BEKK model is used to examine the impact of the global crisis on conditional beta of the selected banks. Results show that Islamic and conventional banks have been largely affected by the global crisis, except for few banks. They reveal also that small banks have been less affected than larger banks. These results are in line with the other studies which have found that Islamic banks are not more resilient than conventional ones.
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