Productivity in banking and effects from deregulation
David B. Humphrey
Economic Review, 1991, issue mar, 16-28
Over the last decade, banking productivity growth has been quite low, between 0.60 to 0.07 percent a year. Deregulation has served to raise banking costs but not measured output. Consumers may have benefited, but banks have not.
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