The Stability of Islamic and Conventional Banks in the MENA Region Countries During the 2007–2012 Financial Crisis
Besma Hamdi (),
Mouna Aloui and
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Besma Hamdi: University of Sfax
Mohamed Abdouli: University of Sfax
Afifa Ferhi: Higher Institute of management Tunis
Mouna Aloui: University of Sfax
Sami Hammami: University of Sfax
Journal of the Knowledge Economy, 2019, vol. 10, issue 1, 365-379
Abstract The objective of this study is to determine the stability of Islamic and conventional banks of 13 countries during the current subprime and the eurozone crisis. In this study, we used a sample of 69 Islamic and 88 classic banks over the 2003/2012 period. The method of the ordinary least squares is applied to examine the stability of both financial sectors. Our results show that the stability of Islamic banks is a little higher than that of conventional banks.
Keywords: Islamic banks; Conventional banks; Z score; Stability; Financial crisis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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