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Examples of such models are the Bresnahan (1982), Iwata (1974), Lau (1982), Lerner index (1934), and the Panzar and Rosse (1977) models, among others. These models empirically measure the degree of competitive behavior in the market (or contestability) and attempt to quantify the conduct of banks without explicitly using information on the structure of the market (Northcott 1994). This approach follows the efficiency hypothesis, suggesting that competition enhances the performance of the most efficient firms, reflected in the firm’s profitability or market share (Leuvensteijn, Bikker, van Rixtel, and Sorensen 2007).
This initial consolidation was the only one not associated with a crisis. The second consolidation took place toward the beginning of the 1980s after the government had expropriated the banking sector. The third was the result of the Tequila crisis, which erupted toward the end of 1994 and severely affected the Mexican banking system. This last consolidation process took several years; 38 COMPETITION AND EFFICIENCY first, banks in good conditions absorbed institutions that did not survive the crisis.
These models empirically measure the degree of competitive behavior in the market (or contestability) and attempt to quantify the conduct of banks without explicitly using information on the structure of the market (Northcott 1994). This approach follows the efficiency hypothesis, suggesting that competition enhances the performance of the most efficient firms, reflected in the firm’s profitability or market share (Leuvensteijn, Bikker, van Rixtel, and Sorensen 2007). Many of these theory-based models have been extensively used in the empirical literature.