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Participations bancaires dans le capital des PME et cycles réels. Un modèle théorique


  • Nicolas Eber


[fre] Participations bancaires dans le capital des PME et cycles réels Un modèle théorique. . Cet article met en évidence différents effets que peut avoir la participation de banques dans le capital des PME. Dans le modèle proposé, les participations bancaires vont stimuler l'investissement et la production, permettre de réduire la sensibilité des entreprises aux chocs de conjoncture et exercer un effet contra-cyclique. [eng] Banking equity participations in small firms' capital and real business cycles : a theoretical model. . This paper highlights different effects that banking equity participations in small firms'capital may have. In the model we propose, banking participations sti­mulate investment and output, reduce firms'sensitivity to shocks and have a counter-cyclical effect.. .

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  • Nicolas Eber, 1998. "Participations bancaires dans le capital des PME et cycles réels. Un modèle théorique," Revue Économique, Programme National Persée, vol. 49(3), pages 699-708.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:reveco:reco_0035-2764_1998_num_49_3_410002

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