The impact of economic feasibility studies on eliminating failures in strategic banking performance An analytical study in some Basra banks


  • Hani Fadhil jumea Al-Shawi Shatt Al-Arab University College


Economic feasibility, systemic risks, unsystematic risks, banking performance, technical aspects


    Economic feasibility studies are important in our country to encourage successful investment and analyze financial risks, whether those risks are systemic, represented by economic, political, security, environmental, and natural, which cannot be avoided by all investors, or those non-systemic risks that can be avoided by controlling management errors and lack of financial liquidity, or through diversification of tools. Finance and its derivatives, building investment portfolios and managing them with complete efficiency, and the like). As security concerns increase, the tendency and desire to invest in a particular region decreases, and vice versa. As a result, the demand for feasibility studies decreases or increases in proportion to the aforementioned relationship, depending on the type of markets and their efficiency, which depends on the presence of financial analysts, experts, and consultants or not. The current research came as an attempt to narrow the gap between the efficient financial level represented by the performance of developed banks and the performance of our local banks. I hope that it meets the needs and requirements of those wishing to start financial projects and move towards investment in our country, to clarify the true picture of the requirements for the success of any project, as it examines the technical, scientific, administrative, economic and engineering aspects and delve into their contents to serve as a work plan and with a great deal of accuracy about the information in order to reach rational decisions. No matter what. The spending was on economic feasibility studies and information, which are certainly always less than the costs of failure in projects that are not based on an economic feasibility study, and I think we all agree with this opinion. In response to the calls of the reconstruction revolution, whose echoes are growing in our dear, wounded and healthy homeland, in order to prevent failures and improvised attempts by curious and meddlesome people who do not follow the correct path in the business world.  This research was organized into five chapters, the first for the methodological aspect of four, the second for concepts and economic feasibility studies, while the third chapter dealt with the topic of strategies for measuring project performance efficiency and the reasons for project failure. The fourth chapter was concerned with the statistical analysis of exploratory sample data, while the fifth chapter was concerned with presenting conclusions and recommendations .