Türkİye'de yüksek ve düşük enflasyon dönemlerİnde Bankaların eTkİnlİğİ ve eTkİnlİğe eTkİ eden fakTörler

March 2012
Ekev Academic Review;bahar2012, Vol. 16 Issue 51, p369
Academic Journal
Since the beginning of 1980s while the interaction and importance of finance sector with other sectors increased, it also became the pushing power of economic growth. Especially, the developments in banking sector increased the importance of capital savings and total factor productivity and required more effective usage of sources and diverting productivity to higher stages. As in most of the sectors in economy, inflation level has important effects on process and efficiency of banking sector. The purpose of this study was to see the periodical differences in efficiency of the banks, to define sources, the change and the factors that affect the inefficiency. For that reason, the efficiency of the sector between 1990 and 2008 was carried out using data envelopment analysis (DEA) on two different periods- 1990 and 2000 high inflation period and 2001-2008 low inflation periods.


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