On Competition in the Banking Sector in Poland and Europe Before and During the Crisis
Publisher: CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research, Poland
This CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research paper presents research on competition measured in the Polish and European banking sectors before and during the global economic crisis, using the methods of bank competition theory known as the Industrial Organization Approach of Banking (IOAB).
Written by economics expert Małgorzata Pawłowska, the paper raises the issue of the role of competition in the banking sector and its impact on the stability of the banking sector and economic growth. The paper also covers the key drivers of competition in the banking sector.
This paper was presented at the 134th mBank-CASE Seminar “The global financial crisis: changes in competition in the banking sector in Europe, the role of regulation and intervention by governments and central banks”.