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Agency cost in Indian banks for the period 2005 to 2013, covering pre-financial crisis, crisis and post-crisis period is empirically examined in the article. It is found that the agency costs, using two measures, vary from one bank to another and change over time. The likelihood of agency cost differing between types of banks indicates that there is a low level of consistency in the results. The choice of metric used is observed to be important as different measures produce different results.doi:10.5296/ifb.v2i1.7917 fatcat:avpi76njrvhytgewabev3i2fdi