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Productivity Performance of Indian Banks with FDI Contents

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Abstract

Indian banking has undergone a sea change after liberalization and reforms. Liberalization and reforms paved the way to foreign direct investment into Indian Banking Sector. It is more than a decade now that have we have received Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Banking and hence it is important to see its impact on the Indian Banking. The present paper is dedicated to analyze and evaluate the productivity performance of Indian banks in the post liberalization era with FDI contents.

Keywords

FDI Banks Productivity Performance BPE PPE ROA 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Economics DepartmentK.P.B. Hinduja College of CommerceMumbaiIndia

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