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The impact of competition on banks efficiency: do business model and corporate governance matter: evidence from dual banking system

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2017
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Islamic banking industry has unprecedentedly witnessed a rapid growth since its inception four decades back in the late 1970s. However, the prospect of this flourishing industry is fast becoming gloomy in recent years. The growth of Islamic banking almost matches the conventional banking, and their products are hardly distinguishable. Although the market growth slows down in the aftermath of the global financial crises in 2008, the Islamic banking market has witnessed increasing competition. Islamic banks become more competitive and they managed to increase their market share meanwhile, conventional banks have successfully responded to the challenge by launching Islamic windows and subsidiaries. The increasing competition is considered as one of the main challenges that face Islamic banks, specifically, their performance.
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Islamic banking , Islamic banks , Efficiency of banks , Business models , Corporate governance
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Salim, K., Ibrahim, M. H., & Abdul Hamid, B. (2017). The impact of competition on banks efficiency: do business model and corporate governance matter: evidence from dual banking system. IF Hub, 5 (June 2017), pp. 22-26.
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INCEIF
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