Two papers on banking efficiency

The Philadelphia Federal Reserve has published two papers looking at recent evidence on how banks can achieve optimal efficiency.

The first of these reviews research on the form an efficient bank should adopt, assessing papers asking questions such as what motivates bank managers to engage in M&A activity and evaluating the costs and benefits of consolidation. Literature on techniques for modelling bank production and empirical results on scale economies, scope economies, and efficiency in

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