Determinants Of Non-performing Loans In Emerging Economies With Evidence From Nigerian Banking
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Determinants Of Non-performing Loans In Emerging Economies With Evidence From Nigerian Banking Industry
This study examined the determinants of non-performing loans in emerging economies with evidence from the Nigerian banking industry. Time series data for the period 1993-2014 were collated from the Central Bank of Nigeria Statistical Bulletin and Nigerian Deposit Insurance (NDIC) for the period. The Ordinary least square regression was used to test the five hypotheses stated. Non-performing loans (NPLs) represented the dependent variable while gross domestic product (GDP), inflation rate (INFR), total loans and advances (TLDV), total assets(TA) and bank’s lending rate (BLR) were adopted as the independent variables for the five hypotheses of the study. The result from this study showed thaDownloadViews: 157

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