His primary areas of investigation include Monetary economics, Finance, Financial system, Macroeconomics and Economies of scale. The Monetary economics study combines topics in areas such as Capital requirement, Capital and International economics. He combines subjects such as Financial services, Interest rate and Oligopoly with his study of Financial system.
His Macroeconomics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Total cost, Profitability index and Profit. The concepts of his Profitability index study are interwoven with issues in Market liquidity and Diversification. The study incorporates disciplines such as Technical change and Econometrics in addition to Economies of scale.
Philip Molyneux mostly deals with Financial system, Monetary economics, Finance, Competition and Financial crisis. His Financial system research includes elements of Islamic banking, Financial services and Shareholder value. His Interest rate study in the realm of Monetary economics connects with subjects such as Sample.
Philip Molyneux does research in Finance, focusing on Financial inclusion specifically. Philip Molyneux is interested in Market power, which is a branch of Competition. His Financial crisis research integrates issues from Market liquidity and Corporate governance.
Philip Molyneux mainly investigates Monetary economics, Financial system, Interest rate, Financial crisis and Financial services. Philip Molyneux works on Monetary economics which deals in particular with Net interest income. Philip Molyneux combines subjects such as Capital requirement, Intermediation, Private equity and Commission with his study of Financial system.
The various areas that he examines in his Interest rate study include Monetary policy, Business model and Profitability index. When carried out as part of a general Financial crisis research project, his work on Systemic risk is frequently linked to work in Great recession, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Financial services study is associated with Finance.
His primary scientific interests are in Financial system, Monetary economics, Financial crisis, Capital requirement and Market liquidity. His research in Financial system intersects with topics in Dividend, Dividend policy, Incentive and Creditor. His work carried out in the field of Monetary economics brings together such families of science as Elasticity, Economies of scale and World Wide Web.
The Financial crisis study combines topics in areas such as Generation gap, Diversity and International economics. In his research, Capital, Tier 1 capital and Insolvency is intimately related to Equity, which falls under the overarching field of Capital requirement. His Market liquidity study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Finance.
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Determinants of European bank profitability: A note
Philip Molyneux;John Thornton.
Journal of Banking and Finance (1992)
THE PROFITABILITY OF EUROPEAN BANKS: A CROSS-SECTIONAL AND DYNAMIC PANEL ANALYSIS*
John Goddard;Phil Molyneux;John O. S. Wilson.
The Manchester School (2004)
Bank ownership and efficiency.
Yener Altunbas;Lynne Evans;Philip Molyneux.
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (2001)
A comparative study of efficiency in European banking.
Barbara Casu;Philip Molyneux.
Applied Economics (2003)
Dynamics of Growth and Profitability in Banking
John A. Goddard;Philip Molyneux;John O. S. Wilson.
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (2004)
Examining the Relationships between Capital, Risk and Efficiency in European Banking
Yener Altunbas;Santiago Carbo;Edward P.M. Gardener;Philip Molyneux.
European Financial Management (2007)
Efficiency and risk in European banking
Franco Fiordelisi;Franco Fiordelisi;David Marques-Ibanez;Phil Molyneux.
Journal of Banking and Finance (2011)
Efficiency and risk in Japanese banking
Yener Altunbas;Ming-Hau Liu;Philip Molyneux;Rama Seth.
Journal of Banking and Finance (2000)
Efficiency in European Banking
Y. Altunbaş;E. P M Gardener;Philip Molyneux;Philip Molyneux;B. Moore.
Risk in Islamic Banking
Pejman Abedifar;Philip Molyneux;Amine Tarazi.
Research Papers in Economics (2013)
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