The Determinants of the Tunisian Banking Performance: A Panel Data Analysis

  •  Ines Ayadi    
  •  Abderrazak Ellouze    


This paper aims to empirically analyze the determinants of the Tunisian banking performance for the period 2003–2012. Our findings reveal that the increase of the capitalization’s level of these banks results in superior performance, quotation in stock exchange and size positively affect the performance of the studied Tunisian banks, in addition private banks outperform their public counterparts. And finally, the performance of Tunisian banks was negatively affected by the revolution of 14 January 2011.

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