Intellectual Capital, Bank Size, Bank Market Share, and Efficiency of Conventional Banks in Indonesia
Revista CEA , Volume 6, pp 71-88; doi:10.22430/24223182.1457
Abstract: This study aims to empirically examine the effect of intellectual capital, bank size, and market share on the efficiency of commercial banks in Indonesia from 2013 to 2017. The results of a panel data analysis of two models show that intellectual capital (calculated simultaneously or individually per component), bank size, and market share have a significant effect on bank efficiency, as confirmed by a fixed-effect regression model. Said model indicates that the year-to-year effect of the independent variables is influenced by individual bank differences. In other words, dissimilar characteristics of banks’ intellectual capital and its components determine the effect of said variables on bank efficiency. Likewise, the asset ownership and market share of banks also distinguish their behavior in terms of bank efficiency.
Keywords: Behavior / model / market share / Indonesia / intellectual capital / Bank Size
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