The Structure – Performance of Indonesian Banking Industry
Setyawan, Mohammad Irwan (2015) The Structure – Performance of Indonesian Banking Industry. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)]
This paper employs the test developed by Berger (1995) to investigate the relationship between concentration and performance for the Indonesian banking market. In this paper, the models incorporate X-efficiency, scale efficiency, and measures of concentration and market share to test the market-power and efficient-structures hypotheses in the Indonesian banking sector. The panel data estimation was used to test the models. These hypotheses have different implications for regulation. The foundation of anti-trust agreement is established on the market-power hypothesis. On the contrary, the efficient-structure hypothesis rejects the view of the anti-trust regulation. A failure to understand this relationship may lead to undesired policy implications.
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