Evaluating the performance of US credit unions

@inproceedings{Knox2002EvaluatingTP,
  title={Evaluating the performance of US credit unions},
  author={Knox and Love},
  year={2002}
}
Credit unions are small, cooperative, not-for-profit institutions, which distinguishes them from other financial intermediaries. In this study we conduct a performance evaluation of credit unions. The criteria respect the unique organizational and institutional features of credit unions, without losing sight of the fact that they must compete with other financial intermediaries. We use nonparametric, nonstochastic techniques to measure performance, and we use parametric, stochastic techniques… CONTINUE READING
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