It And European Bank Performance by E. Beccalli

It And European Bank Performance

byE. Beccalli

Hardcover | August 10, 2007

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Does IT spending really boost bank performance? It is widely accepted that technological developments have had a major impact on reshaping both front- and back-office operations, but there still remains some doubt as to whether the massive spending on IT by banks has improved performance or productivity in this sector. Elena Beccalli provides a useful insight into the effects of IT investments on European bank performance, drawing on new empirical evidence that academics, bankers, and IT consultants alike will find to be a fascinating contribution to this ongoing strategic debate.

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ELENA BECCALLI is Visiting Fellow in Accounting, London School of Economics, UK, and Associate Professor in Banking and Finance, Università degli Studi di Macerata, Italy.
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Title:It And European Bank PerformanceFormat:HardcoverDimensions:264 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.02 inPublished:August 10, 2007Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230006949

ISBN - 13:9780230006942

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Banks and Investment in IT
New Strategic and Structural Tendencies in European Banking
Evaluating the Performance of Investments in IT: Reflections on the Productivity Paradox
The Evaluation of the Performance of IT Investments: An Empirical Analysis of the European Banking Industry
Technical Change in the European Banking Industry: Methodological Problems and Empirical Results
Possible Explanations of the Productivity Paradox in the European Banking IndustryConclusion