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Непараметрические оценки эффективности российских банков

Golovan, Sergei and Nazin, Vladimir and Peresetsky, Anatoly (2010): Непараметрические оценки эффективности российских банков. Published in: Экономика и математические методы , Vol. 46, No. 3 (2010): pp. 43-57.

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Abstract

Non-parametric estimates of technical efficiency of Russian banks are considered for each quarter in the period of 2002–2006. Two types of DEA estimates CCR (Charnes, Cooper, Rhodes, 1978) and BCC (Banker, Charnes, Cooper, 1984), are compared with parametric SFA estimates. Semiparametric bootstrap (Simar, Wilson, 2007) is used to study statistical properties of DEA estimates. Spearman rank correlation between CCR and BCA estimates vary from 0.72 to 0.89 and between DEA and SFA from 0.56 to 0.91, hence estimates are robust. Foreign banks are more efficient than domestic banks in all quarters with the only exception of 2004Q2, which could be explained by so-called “crisis of confidence” (bank crisis in Russia in that period). Since 2006 Moscow banks are less efficient than the regional banks.

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