Efficiency analysis of Islamic banks: a case of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)

Abdel L. Anouze, Ali Emrouznejad

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Abstract

Although considerable effort has been invested in the measurement of banking efficiency using Data Envelopment Analysis, hardly any empirical research has focused on comparison of banks in Gulf States Countries This paper employs data on Gulf States banking sector for the period 2000-2002 to develop efficiency scores and rankings for both Islamic and conventional banks. We then investigate the productivity change using Malmquist Index and decompose the productivity into technical change and efficiency change. Further, hypothesis testing and statistical precision in the context of nonparametric efficiency and productivity measurement have been used. Specially, cross-country analysis of efficiency and comparisons of efficiencies between Islamic banks and conventional banks have been investigated using Mann-Whitney test.
Original languageEnglish
Pages76-77
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 2009
Event23rd European Conference on Operational Research - Bonn, Germany
Duration: 5 Jul 20098 Jul 2009

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Conference23rd European Conference on Operational Research
CountryGermany
CityBonn
Period5/07/098/07/09

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Islamic financial institutions
Gulf Cooperation Council
Efficiency analysis
Technical efficiency
Empirical research
Malmquist index
Efficiency change
Banking
Productivity
Data envelopment analysis
Cross-country analysis
Productivity measurement
Productivity change
Hypothesis testing
Banking sector
Ranking
Efficiency measurement
Technical change

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Anouze, A. L., & Emrouznejad, A. (2009). Efficiency analysis of Islamic banks: a case of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). 76-77. Abstract from 23rd European Conference on Operational Research, Bonn, Germany.
Anouze, Abdel L. ; Emrouznejad, Ali. / Efficiency analysis of Islamic banks : a case of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Abstract from 23rd European Conference on Operational Research, Bonn, Germany.2 p.
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Anouze, AL & Emrouznejad, A 2009, 'Efficiency analysis of Islamic banks: a case of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)' 23rd European Conference on Operational Research, Bonn, Germany, 5/07/09 - 8/07/09, pp. 76-77.

Efficiency analysis of Islamic banks : a case of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). / Anouze, Abdel L.; Emrouznejad, Ali.

2009. 76-77 Abstract from 23rd European Conference on Operational Research, Bonn, Germany.

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Anouze AL, Emrouznejad A. Efficiency analysis of Islamic banks: a case of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). 2009. Abstract from 23rd European Conference on Operational Research, Bonn, Germany.