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Comment réagir à un rationnement du crédit bancaire ?

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[fre] Comment réagir à un rationnement du crédit bancaire ?. . Nous construisons un modèle théorique du comportement des banques, des ménages, des entreprises en nous inspirant du cas du Japon, pour analyser comment les autorités doivent réagir lorsque du rationnement de crédit survient en réponse à une insuffisance de capital des banques et que de plus l'activité est déprimée en raison de la remontée du taux d'épargne des ménages. Nous examinons la possibilité d'injecter des liquidités dans les comptes des banques, d'aug­menter les dépenses publiques, de recapitaliser les banques à l'aide de déficits publics ou de création monétaire par la Banque centrale. [eng] How to react to a rationing of bank credit?. . We build a theoretical model describing the behaviour of banks, of households, offirms, and trying to reproduce the recent evolutions in Japan, to analyse how the authorities must react when credit-rationing occurs as a consequence of the insufficient level of bank capital, and when, moreover, demand is depressed by the increase in the households' savings rate. We examine the possibility to inject liquidities in the accounts of banks, to increase public spending, to recapitalize banks through budget deficits or through money creation.

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  • Patrick Artus, 2002. "Comment réagir à un rationnement du crédit bancaire ?," Revue Économique, Programme National Persée, vol. 53(1), pages 63-82.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:reveco:reco_0035-2764_2002_num_53_1_410391
    Note: DOI:10.3406/reco.2002.410391
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