Policy recommendations and implications of research findings
This final chapter summarizes the major findings of the thesis and discusses policy recommendations for banking sector reforms. It also discusses some limitations of the research methodology and the possibility of generalizing the findings. It concludes with some with suggestions for further avenues of research.
KeywordsFinancial Development Banking Sector Market Failure Policy Recommendation Foreign Bank
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