Fracaso de bancos comerciales. Un estudio de eficiencia y productividad

Autores/as

  • Isabel González Bravo
  • René Mariaca Daza

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.35319/lajed.201013158

Palabras clave:

Honduras, Índice de Malmquist, Banco

Resumen

El estudio de la relación entre el comportamiento de la productividad de las entidades bancarias y su capacidad de continuar en el mercado, constituye el objetivo de la presente investigación. Será por medio del empleo de los Índices de Malmquist, mismos que se derivan de la técnica econométrica no paramétrica del Análisis de Datos Envolventes (DEA), que se obtendrán los resultados que permitirán concluir que no es posible establecer una relación directa entre la eficiencia, la productividad y el cese de la empresa. El documento se centra en el sistema bancario hondureño en el periodo comprendido entre 1999 y 2002.

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2010-06-01

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González Bravo, I., & Mariaca Daza, R. (2010). Fracaso de bancos comerciales. Un estudio de eficiencia y productividad. Revista Latinoamericana De Desarrollo Económico, (13), 137–164. https://doi.org/10.35319/lajed.201013158