An Analysis of Specialized Bank Operation That Conduct Real Estate Transactions in Thailand

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Santhiti Yanyongmeth
Gallayanee Parkatt
Apinya Wanaset
Chayongkan Pamornmast

Abstract

This research has goal: (1) to study the operations of specialized bank (2) to analyze the operating efficiency level of the specialized bank prior before and after the period of Thailand reform. This study is based on the population: 2 large specialized banks, government savings bank and government housing bank. This research uses the study from the document, based on secondary data, from the bank’s financial statements and other relevant information in 2003-2017 to analyze the fifteen-year data and Data Envelopment Analysis: DEA to answer the research objectives.


The finding showed that:


2. the government savings bank is a leader in promoting savings and the government housing bank is the best bank for having a home


2. the operating efficiency level of the specialized bank that conduct real estate transactions prior before and after the period of Thailand reform not different at the significant level of 0.01.

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Yanyongmeth, S., Parkatt, G., Wanaset, A., & Pamornmast, C. (2019). An Analysis of Specialized Bank Operation That Conduct Real Estate Transactions in Thailand. Ph.D. ocial ciences ournal, 9(3), 629-645. etrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/phdssj/article/view/101502
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