Research Paper On Indian Banking Sector
In emerging economies like India, banking sector is very important. But banking sector is at 'crossroads'. There are many issues which this sector is facing and research which would generate fresh ideas for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the banking sector. [Inaugural address delivered at the 1st Banking Research Conference organized by Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics and IBS" in collaboration with IBS Hyderabad].
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An Overview of the Banking Sector Consolidation in India: A Conceptual Framework
19 PagesPosted: 9 Sep 2016
Date Written: September 7, 2016
This paper aims to take a look at the literature available on the bank consolidation with a special stress on Indian scenario. It appears that that until and unless the true motive of consolidation is properly understood at this point of time proper conclusion cannot be drawn. Evidence of collusion, corruption, crony capitalism which may have given rise to the high level of NPA complicates the matter. Greater transparency is required before any research can be designed to suggest the most appropriate measure in this regard.
Keywords: Banking Market, Consolidation, Concentration, Competition, Indian Banks
JEL Classification: L11, L19, G21, C10
Suggested Citation:Suggested Citation
Kumar, Biswajit, An Overview of the Banking Sector Consolidation in India: A Conceptual Framework (September 7, 2016). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2835870 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2835870
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