Loan Loss Accounting And Capital Adequacy Dynamics In Nigerian Commercial Banks
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Loan Loss Accounting And Capital Adequacy Dynamics In Nigerian Commercial Banks
This study examines the loan loss accounting and capital adequacy dynamics in the Nigerian commercial banks within the panel data framework using yearly data for 15 commercial banks over a period of eleven years from 2005 to 2016. Capital adequacy ratio is the dependent variable while loan loss provisions and non-performing loans both serve as explanatory variables. Bank deposit base and total assets are used as control variables. When the three conventional panel data methods (pooled regression, fixed effects and random effects methods) are compared based on Likelihood ratio test and Hausman specification test, the results show that the fixed effects model is the plausible description of ouDownloadViews: 55

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