Frolova E.А.National Research University – Higher School of Economics (NRU – HSE), Moscow, Russian Federation firstname.lastname@example.org ORCID id: not available
Subject This article deals with the issues of management of the bank's value. The consideration covers data from 17 countries for 2000–2015. Objectives The article aims to identify the most informative indicators for the management of the bank's value in Central and Eastern European countries. Methods For the study, I used the methods of comparative, statistical, and regression analyses. Results Based on the sample from the 171 banks, the article reveals the interdependence of the economic value added index on the bank's reliability and efficiency parameters. Conclusions The results of modeling do not contradict each other and allow to reveal the most informative indicators in terms of management of the bank's value.
Keywords: commercial bank, Economic Value Added (EVA), measure, panel data, logistic regression
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