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H-Statistic in Banking Market for Bahamas (DDOI03BSA066NWDB)

Observation:

2014: 0.25800  
Updated: Aug 17, 2016

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Not Seasonally Adjusted

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(a) H-Statistic in Banking Market for Bahamas, Index, Not Seasonally Adjusted (DDOI03BSA066NWDB)
A measure of the degree of competition in the banking market. It measures the elasticity of banks revenues relative to input prices. Under perfect competition, an increase in input prices raises both marginal costs and total revenues by the same amount, and hence the H-statistic equals 1. Under a monopoly, an increase in input prices results in a rise in marginal costs, a fall in output, and a decline in revenues, leading to an H-statistic less than or equal to 0. When H is between 0 and 1, the system operates under monopolistic competition.

A measure of the degree of competition in the banking market. It measures the elasticity of banks revenues relative to input prices. Under perfect competition, an increase in input prices raises both marginal costs and total revenues by the same amount, and hence the H-statistic equals 1. Under a monopoly, an increase in input prices results in a rise in marginal costs, a fall in output, and a decline in revenues, leading to an H-statistic less than or equal to 0. When H is between 0 and 1, the system operates under monopolistic competition. (For more information, see Panzar and Rosse 1982, 1987). (Calculated from underlying bank-by-bank data from Bankscope)

Source Code: GFDD.OI.03

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(a) H-Statistic in Banking Market for Bahamas, Index, Not Seasonally Adjusted (DDOI03BSA066NWDB)
A measure of the degree of competition in the banking market. It measures the elasticity of banks revenues relative to input prices. Under perfect competition, an increase in input prices raises both marginal costs and total revenues by the same amount, and hence the H-statistic equals 1. Under a monopoly, an increase in input prices results in a rise in marginal costs, a fall in output, and a decline in revenues, leading to an H-statistic less than or equal to 0. When H is between 0 and 1, the system operates under monopolistic competition.

A measure of the degree of competition in the banking market. It measures the elasticity of banks revenues relative to input prices. Under perfect competition, an increase in input prices raises both marginal costs and total revenues by the same amount, and hence the H-statistic equals 1. Under a monopoly, an increase in input prices results in a rise in marginal costs, a fall in output, and a decline in revenues, leading to an H-statistic less than or equal to 0. When H is between 0 and 1, the system operates under monopolistic competition. (For more information, see Panzar and Rosse 1982, 1987). (Calculated from underlying bank-by-bank data from Bankscope)

Source Code: GFDD.OI.03

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NOTES
Title Release Dates

2012-09-24 2016-06-24
 
Source    

2012-09-24 2016-06-24
 
Release    

2012-09-24 2016-06-24
 
Units    

2012-09-24 2016-06-24
 
Frequency    

2012-09-24 2016-06-24
 
Seasonal Adjustment    

2012-09-24 2016-06-24
 
Notes    

2012-09-24 2016-06-24
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