The Chinese banking industry : efficiency, concentration, and profitability Public Deposited

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  • High concentration and low efficiency have plagued the Chinese banking industry since the establishment of the national banking system in China. Recently, foreign banks have been allowed to enter the Chinese market, and small and medium-sized commercial banks have expanded their market share. At the same time, Chinese bank efficiency and profitability have increased year by year. The objective of my study is to analyze the relationship between industry concentration and efficiency and the relationships among efficiency, concentration, and profitability in Chinese banking industry. My study consists three parts. First, I use data envelopment analysis to examine the efficiency of 17 Chinese banks from 1996 to 2007. Then, I analyze the relationship between efficiency and industry concentration. In the third part, I test to see if market power and/or efficiency explain bank profitability.
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