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Can the Islamic bank be an emerging leader? A panel data causality analysis

Fredj Jawadi (), Abdoulkarim Idi Cheffou and Nabila Jawadi

Applied Economics Letters, 2016, vol. 23, issue 14, 991-994

Abstract: This short note investigates the ability of Islamic banks (IBs) to play a leading role in revamping and driving conventional banking. To this end, we used a panel of 10 major conventional banks (CBs) and 10 IBs over the period 2006--2013. We applied panel regression tests and carried out a panel causality analysis. Our findings identified no significant causality effect from IBs to CBs and indicated that IBs are not able to play a role of leader.

Date: 2016
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