Monetary policy and banking sector : lessons from Turkey

Akinci, Dervis Ahmet and Matousek, Roman and Radić, Nemanja and Stewart, Chris (2012) Monetary policy and banking sector : lessons from Turkey. Centre for EMEA Banking, Finance and Economics Working Paper Series, 2012 (31). pp. 1-50.

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Abstract

We find evidence that monetary policy influenced bank lending in Turkey in the period 1991 - 2007 both directly through the money lending channel and indirectly through the bank lending channel. The bank lending channel is shown to depend on two bank characteristics, namely liquidity and capital. We also find that both capital and GDP growth have plausible positive and significant long-run effects on bank loan growth, whereas inflation, bank size and, in particular, efficiency do not have a significant equilibrium relationship with loan growth. This latter result is despite our finding that the efficiency of all Turkish banks improved over the period. It is also evident that domestic banks are, unexpectedly, found to be more efficient, on average, than foreign banks. We discovered no evidence of significant dynamics or fixed-effects in the growth of loans and so prefer to use the pooled OLS estimator over the fixed-effects and Arellano and Bond estimators. We therefore caution against assuming the existence of fixed-effects and dynamics in such models as this may adversely affect inference.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Centre for EMEA Banking, Finance and Economics Working Paper Series; bank lending channel; efficiency; panel data; Turkey
Subjects: 300 Social sciences > 330 Economics
Department: Guildhall School of Business and Law
Depositing User: Mary Burslem
Date Deposited: 17 Apr 2015 08:55
Last Modified: 20 Apr 2015 08:44
URI: http://repository.londonmet.ac.uk/id/eprint/390

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