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Author: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
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Release: 2012
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Journal Of Applied Economics

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Release: 2005
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Category : Economic policy
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Social Sciences Index

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Release: 1998
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Enterprise Size Financing Patterns And Credit Constraints In Brazil

Enterprise Size  Financing Patterns  and Credit Constraints in Brazil PDF
Author: Anjali Kumar
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Release: 2005
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Size: 68.72 MB
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Category : Business & Economics
Languages : en
Pages : 62
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by Anjali Kumar, Enterprise Size Financing Patterns And Credit Constraints In Brazil Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Enterprise Size Financing Patterns And Credit Constraints In Brazil books, 'Enterprise Size, Financing Patterns, and Credit Constraints in Brazil' investigates the importance of firm size with respect to accessing credit. The principal findings are that size strongly affects access to credit compared to firm performance, and other factors, such as management education, location or the industrial sector to which the firm belongs. Additional findings are that the impact of size on access to credit is greater for longer term loans and that public financial institutions are more likely to lend to large firms. Finally, financial access constraints may have a less significant differential impact across firms of different sizes than other constraints, though cost of finance as a constraint is very important.



Financial Markets Credit Constraints And Investment In Rural Romania

Financial Markets  Credit Constraints  and Investment in Rural Romania PDF
Author: Rodrigo Chaves
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Release: 2001
ISBN: 9780821349281
Size: 65.28 MB
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Category : Business & Economics
Languages : en
Pages : 98
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Financial Markets Credit Constraints And Investment In Rural Romania

by Rodrigo Chaves, Financial Markets Credit Constraints And Investment In Rural Romania Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Financial Markets Credit Constraints And Investment In Rural Romania books, The report assesses the performance of financial markets in rural areas of Romania, based on three - rural household, rural enterprise, and financial intermediary - surveys, carried out in 1998, and other official data covering 1997. The study finds that rural financial markets perform rather poorly in three key dimensions: the degree of access to financial services by rural economic agents (enterprises and households) is very limited; this limited access hinders the ability of these agents to take advantage of the investment opportunities available in rural areas; and, these markets failed to allocate flows of credit to those agents with the most profitable investment opportunities. This poor performance is caused by an unfortunate combination of short term circumstances, structural factors, and government policies, and interventions. In particular, the degree of access to credit services by rural agents is very low, because several factors have combined, to weaken both the supply of, and demand for rural credit. The report suggests a detailed government strategy to correct the observed shortcomings of rural financial markets, and identifies new challenges likely to appear. Moreover, the Government could assist in increasing the availability of credit, by improving policies in financial markets, legal and regulatory framework, and, the ability of the financial sector to provide retail financial services.