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    Title: 比較歐洲綜合銀行與專業銀行經濟效率與風險態度
    Other Titles: Analyses of banks' technical efficiency and attitude toward risk : an international comparison
    Authors: 謝易儒;Hsieh, Yi-ju
    Contributors: 淡江大學經濟學系碩士班
    黃台心;Huang, Tai-hsin;李鈞元;Lee, Chun-yuan
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 02:11:28 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究考慮多重產品產出價格風險,突破現有文獻在探討綜合銀行與專業銀行時,未將產品價格風險考慮之限制。將經營者風險態度與技術效率納入模型中,求得二條價格迴歸方程式與Translog成本函數,採用最大概似法聯立估計1994到2003年歐洲16個國家,合計831家銀行之風險態度與經濟效率。
    In this study, we jointly consider the multiple output price risk and, production efficiency to analyze the performance of universal banks and specialized banks. We explicitly model bank managers’ risk attitude based on the safety first rule, under the framework of a two-output translog cost function. The derived three equations are then estimated by maximum likelihood, using a panel data set consisting of 16 European countries over the period 1994-2003. There are 831 banks.
    Evidence is found that the bank managers as a whole can be classifical as risk averters, that universal banks are relatively risk-loving in comparison with specialized banks, and that the average technical efficiency of universal banks is higher than that of specialized banks.
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