La croissance des crédits dans les pays d’Europe centrale et orientale est-elle excessive ?
AbstractLes taux de croissance du crédit dépassent ou avoisinent 30 à 50 % l’an dans certains pays d’Europe centrale, orientale et du sud-est (pays baltes, Bulgarie, Roumanie, Albanie et Macédoine). Ces taux de croissance élevés sont-ils susceptibles de générer des « excès » de crédit, dommageables à l’économie ? Ou s’agit-il d’un effet normal du rattrapage, pour des pays peu bancarisés au moment de leur transition ?
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Banque de France in its journal Bulletin de la Banque de France.
Volume (Year): (2008)
Issue (Month): 172 ()
Crédits bancaires; convergence; rattrapage.;
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