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発展途上国におけるイスラーム銀行 : バハレーン銀行部門の経営効率性分析

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  • 齋藤, 純
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    本稿では、中東・北アフリカ諸国でも整備された競争環境を持つ2000年代バハレーンの銀行業を対象にして、DEAによる経営効率性の計測を行った。DEAによるバハレーン銀行業の効率性分析から得られた結論を整理すると以下の通りである;2002-2006年においては、人件費や物件費高騰などにより、バハレーン銀行業全体の効率性は低下したが、各銀行が貸出金やイスラーム金融商品を積極的に拡大することで規模経済性を発揮させたことと、特にイスラーム銀行、外資系銀行、中規模銀行が各自の生産技術の改善を行ったことによって、銀行業全体の効率性を改善するができた。, This paper measures an efficiency of Bahrain banking sector in the 2000s which has the competition environment. Using Data Envelopment Analysis and Malmquist productivity Indices, we find that the efficiency of the whole Bahrain banking sector declined in 2002-2006. Furthermore, Bahrain banks have expanded loan and Islamic financial products and showed economy of scale. Islamic banks, foreign banks and medium-size banks improved technical efficiency in this period.

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    Paper provided by Graduate School of Economics, Hitotsubashi University in its series Discussion Papers with number 2012-03.

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    Length: 18p
    Date of creation: Sep 2012
    Handle: RePEc:hit:econdp:2012-03
    Note: Islamic Banking in Developing Countries -- Analysis of efficiency of Bahraini banking sector --
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