Costs of the Us Banking Industry
yearly observations of 4200 banks from 1998 to 2005
number of observations : 33600
country : United States
economic topic : producer behavior
econometrics topic : seemingly unrelated regression
A dataframe containing :
total cost, sum of three input costs (labor, capital and borrowed funds)
the wage rate, which is equal to total salaries and benefits divided by the number of full-time employees
the interest rate for borrowed funds, equal to total interest expense divided by total deposits and purchased funds
price of physical capital, equal to expenses on premises and equipment divided by premises and fixed assets
non-consumer loans (industrial and commercial loans and real estate loans)
all non-loan financial assets, i.e., all financial and physical assets minus the sum of consumer loans, non-consumer loans, securities, and equity
financial equity capital
non-traditional banking activities
Journal of Applied Econometrics data archive : http://jae.wiley.com/jae/.
Guohua Feng and Apostolos Serletis, (2009) “Efficiency and Productivity of the US Banking Industry,1998-2005: Evidence from the Fourier Cost Function Satisfying Global Regularity Conditions”, Journal of Applied Econometrics, 24(1), 105–138.
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