Measuring the efficiency of the banking sector by the method of Data Envelopement Analysis

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Ulvi Yagubov

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This study aims to measure the efficiency of the banking sector using the Data Envelopment analysis technique. In this study, the Data Envelopment Analysis technique was first mentioned, and then a literature study was conducted. On the other hand, data from Azerbaijani banks were used to analyze efficiency in banking. The data of the 10 largest banks in terms of total assets for 2021, which are constantly operating in the Azerbaijani banking sector, were used for our study, and the efficiency analysis of these banks was made. It was decided which inputs and outputs would be used in the analysis by examining previous similar studies. As a result, efficiency values were determined for all banks from 2016 to 2021.

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Yagubov, U. (2023). Measuring the efficiency of the banking sector by the method of Data Envelopement Analysis. Scientific Collection «InterConf+», (30(143), 70–79. https://doi.org/10.51582/interconf.19-20.02.2023.008

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