Entry of Bank Foreign Capital in Developing Economies: Measuring Profit & Cost Efficiency

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Marjan Petreski

University of American college - Skopje - School of Business Economics and Management

Date Written: September 2006

Abstract

The paper aims at acknowledging the efficiency effects of bank privatization upon the entry of strategic foreign investor. Thus, a broad experience from the developing countries is reviewed. General conclusion is that the foreign capital infusion improves the profit and cost efficiency of the banks. The paper also investigates the various methodologies that academics employ when they investigate the topic.

Keywords: Privatization, Foreign capital, Cost and profit efficiency, Measurement

JEL Classification: G21, L33

Suggested Citation

Petreski, Marjan, Entry of Bank Foreign Capital in Developing Economies: Measuring Profit & Cost Efficiency (September 2006). Journal of Capital Markets: Asset Pricing and Valuation, Working paper series, Vol. 10, Issue 31, p.1-13., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=935338 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.935338

Marjan Petreski (Contact Author)

University of American college - Skopje - School of Business Economics and Management ( email )

Skopje, 1000
Macedonia

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