The Efficiency of Selected Banking Sectors in the European Union

Liběna Černohorská

Abstract

When measuring bank efficiency, there is no generally accepted concept of efficiency nor is there a uniform system of indicators for its measurement. It is, however, possible to use the method of financial analysis to measure bank efficiency. In this paper, the following ratios are used for measuring bank efficiency

Keywords

bank, banking sector, banks efficiency, cluster analysis, principal component analysis

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