Study on Efficiency of Commercial Banks in China Based on DEA Model

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Abstract

The relative efficiency of 14 commercial banks in China is studied based on DEA model with the data of the year 2009, then the factors that influence the relative efficiency are analyzed. The results show that the Non-DEA efficient commercial banks should streamline redundant employees, carry out high-tech transformation, improve management and product innovation, and reduce operating expenses to adapt to social development and to strength their competitive power so as to remain in an invincible position in the financial industry’s global competitiveness.

Keywords

Granger Causality Commercial Bank Data Envelopment Analysis Model Scale Efficiency Stochastic Frontier Analysis 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Economics and ManagementZhengzhou University of Light IndustryZhengzhou CityChina

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