The determinants of the Tunisian deposit banks' performance
Sami Ben Naceur () and
Applied Financial Economics, 2001, vol. 11, issue 3, 317-319
This paper investigates the determinants of the Tunisian banks' performances during the period 1980-1995. Results show that the principal determinants of a bank's performance are by order of importance: labour productivity, bank portofolio composition, capital productivity and bank capitalization.
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