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Market discipline in South Asia: Evidence from commercial banking sector

Ayesha Afzal, Nawazish Mirza () and Fatima Arshad

International Journal of Finance & Economics, 2021, vol. 26, issue 2, 2251-2262

Abstract: The paper investigates the presence of market discipline in the banking sectors of India and Pakistan, using the CAMEL approach and the stringent calculations of liquidity and capital as per Basel II. It employs a fixed effects model to market discipline as reflected in the capital adequacy, asset quality profitability, management and liquidity of banks, with bank size and changes and GDP as control variables, for the years 2008 to 2017. The results show varying degrees of market discipline in both India and Pakistan, which manifest through different variables.

Date: 2021
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