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Determinants Of Market Power Of Indonesia’s Bank

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Adler Haymans Manurung, Benny Hutahayan



Market Power, Non-Performing Loan (NPL), Net Interest Margin (NIM), third party fund, policy of interest rate, exchange rate, and Economic Growth.



This paper has objective to explore determinants of Market Power of Indonesian’s Bank. This research has unit of analysis is listed bank of Indonesia Stock Exchange for period 2007 – 2018. This research use model panel data to estimate relationship market power with internal and external variable. This research found that Net Interest Margin, Non-Performing Loan, Capital Adequacy Ratio, Ratio Operational Expenses to Operational Revenue, Exchange rate, Economic Growth and Fed Rate significant affected bank market power. Size as moderating variable does not significant affect bank market power, but it could moderate Net Interest Margin, Non-Performing Loan, Capital Adequacy Ratio and Ratio Operational Expenses to Operational Revenue to bank market power.



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