Productivity of Commercial Banks in India: A Bank Group-Wise Study
Anand S Kodan,
Kuldip S Chhikara,
Sandeep Mehra and
The IUP Journal of Managerial Economics, 2012, vol. X, issue 1, 35-45
The study indicates that the productivity performance of public sector bank group has been better than private and foreign bank groups; both public and private sector bank groups are operating under increasing return to scale, while foreign bank group is operating under decreasing return to scale; and the public and private sector bank groups are labor-intensive, while foreign bank group is capital-intensive.
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