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By Sara G. Castellanos, Gustavo A. Del Ángel, Jesús G. Garza-García
This precious new booklet contributes to the certainty of festival coverage within the Mexican banking approach and explains how degrees of pageant relate to banks' potency. It contrasts options of financial idea with empirical facts to distill optimum coverage judgements. The authors learn the banking quarter in Mexico, a constructing state with a regulated and sound banking procedure and an with powerful participation from worldwide systemic banks. despite the fact that, the Mexican banking procedure maintains to have low monetary deepening within the economic system. at the same time, adjustments skilled via the Mexican economy in contemporary many years have thoroughly reworked its structure, constitution of possession and regulate, and its aggressive stipulations, and feature undeniably affected procedure functionality and potency. this offers a usual laboratory within which to respond to the questions of students, economists, and policymakers.
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Claessens and Laeven (2003) analyzed the level of competition for 50 countries during the period 1994–2001 using the H-statistic. They found that most countries behave under monopolistic competition and some countries have a large number of banks that show relatively low levels of competition. The results indicated that Canadian banks behave under monopolistic competition although perfect competition cannot be discarded. Molyneux, Thornton, and Lloyd-Williams (1994) studied the competitive conditions of the European banking system between 1986 and 1989 using the Panzar–Rosse H-statistic.
Sathye (2002) studies the productivity changes in the Australian banking industry for the period 1995–1999 for a panel of 17 banks. The author applies the Malmquist productivity index calculated by the DEA nonparametric analysis. 5 percent in total factor productivity. Additionally, the study finds that bank size does not affect changes in productivity and suggests to advance technological development in order to enhance productivity. Mohan and Ray (2004) analyze the productivity growth and efficiency of Indian banking distinguishing between public, private, and foreign banks.
8 The Iwata model, which has been less tested empirically, allows the estimation of conjectural variation values for individual banks supplying a 28 COMPETITION AND EFFICIENCY homogeneous product in an oligopolistic market. 9 The Panzar-Rosse model, the so-called H-statistic, is a reduced-form revenues equation that detects the elasticity of total revenues to various input prices (equation (33)). The results provide insights on the degree of the overall competition of the industry (static measure).