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  • Authors: Mudeer Ahmed Khattak; Baharom Abdul Hamid; Muhammad Umar Islam; Mohsin Ali (2021)

  • We examine the impact of competition and portfolio diversification on banking stability for conventional and Islamic banks in Indonesia. We find that the Islamic banking sector is less stable, when compared to the conventional banking sector. Competition in the banking sector reduces stability, while diversification enhances it. We find that competition negatively impacts the Islamic banks, but diversification has no impact on these banks. An interesting finding is that competition and diversification complement each other in enhancing the stability of the Indonesian banking sector. These findings carry an important policy implication for the banking sector of Indonesia.

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  • Authors: Mudeer Ahmed Khattak; Omar Alaeddin; Moutaz Abojeib (2022)

  • This research attempts to explore the impact of banking competition on financial stability employing more precise measure of market power. It was found that Islamic banks are less stable and are enjoying lower market power. The analysis shows that higher market competition makes the banking sector vulnerable to defaults, supporting the "competition-fragility view". This research finds no difference in the relationship for Islamic banks indicates that Islamic banks might be involved in traditional banking activities as conventional banks. The results are consistent and robust to different estimation approaches and subsamples. This research carries regulatory and policy implications.

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  • Authors: Shinaj Valangattil Shamsudheen; Mudeer Ahmed Khattak; Aishath Muneeza; Makeen Huda (2022)

  • This study aims to investigate the reaction (in terms of returns and volatility) of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) country-wise stock markets (both conventional and Islamic) in response to the surge of COVID-19 cases, with special reference to the announcement of financial stimulus packages in each country and the recent global oil price plunge. Further, the study also examines the impact of COVID-19 cases on the stock market returns of each GCC country and the continuous dynamics of correlation between COVID-19 cases and GCC stockmarkets. This study uses an exponential generalized auto regressive conditional heteroskedasticity model and continuous wavelet coherence to estimate the st...

Browsing by Author Mudeer Ahmed Khattak

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  • Competition_diversification_stability_the_Indonesia_banking_system_Baharom et al.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Mudeer Ahmed Khattak; Baharom Abdul Hamid; Muhammad Umar Islam; Mohsin Ali (2021)

  • We examine the impact of competition and portfolio diversification on banking stability for conventional and Islamic banks in Indonesia. We find that the Islamic banking sector is less stable, when compared to the conventional banking sector. Competition in the banking sector reduces stability, while diversification enhances it. We find that competition negatively impacts the Islamic banks, but diversification has no impact on these banks. An interesting finding is that competition and diversification complement each other in enhancing the stability of the Indonesian banking sector. These findings carry an important policy implication for the banking sector of Indonesia.

  • Competition_stability_relationship_in_dual_banking_systems_Moutaz et al.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Mudeer Ahmed Khattak; Omar Alaeddin; Moutaz Abojeib (2022)

  • This research attempts to explore the impact of banking competition on financial stability employing more precise measure of market power. It was found that Islamic banks are less stable and are enjoying lower market power. The analysis shows that higher market competition makes the banking sector vulnerable to defaults, supporting the "competition-fragility view". This research finds no difference in the relationship for Islamic banks indicates that Islamic banks might be involved in traditional banking activities as conventional banks. The results are consistent and robust to different estimation approaches and subsamples. This research carries regulatory and policy implications.

  • COVID-19_and_GCC_stock_market_performance_Aishath et al.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Shinaj Valangattil Shamsudheen; Mudeer Ahmed Khattak; Aishath Muneeza; Makeen Huda (2022)

  • This study aims to investigate the reaction (in terms of returns and volatility) of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) country-wise stock markets (both conventional and Islamic) in response to the surge of COVID-19 cases, with special reference to the announcement of financial stimulus packages in each country and the recent global oil price plunge. Further, the study also examines the impact of COVID-19 cases on the stock market returns of each GCC country and the continuous dynamics of correlation between COVID-19 cases and GCC stockmarkets. This study uses an exponential generalized auto regressive conditional heteroskedasticity model and continuous wavelet coherence to estimate the st...