Banks Efficiency and the Determinants of Non-Performing Financing of Full-Fledged Islamic Banks in Indonesia
Chandra Setiawan and
Selly Magdalena Sherwin
No htbmy, INA-Rxiv from Center for Open Science
This paper investigates the efficiency of Indonesian Full-fledged Islamic Banks by employing Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) approach; the determinants of Non-Performing Financing (NPF) during the period 2012(Q1) to 2016 (Q2) by using Panel Least Square for fixed effect model; the inter-temporal relationships between banks efficiency and NPF are run using VAR model to test the two hypotheses: Bad Debts and Bad Management. The finding of DEA indicates the mean score on Full-fledged Islamic Banks in Indonesia is approach to efficient with the score 96.54% and Bank Rakyat Indonesia Syariah (BRIS) is the most technical efficient. The result shows that Full-fledged Islamic Banks in Indonesia is not support the bad management and Bad Luck hypothesis, probably NPF of full-fledged is average 4.5% that is still below of the critical standard of Bank Indonesia.
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