Interest Rate Spreads and Mandatory Credit Allocations: Implications on Banks Loans to Small Businesses in Indonesia
Recent studies have consistently shown that the East-Asian crisis-stricken countries have suffered from different degrees of credit crunch, particularly during the early stages of the crisis. However, only few of them have looked closely into the breakdowns of the loans and the roles of different groups of banks in explaining the rise and fall of bank lending, particularly to the small businesses during the post-1997 financial crisis. This paper aims to fill this void by looking at closely the recent development in Indonesia.
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- Leslie Teo & Charles Enoch & Carl-Johan Lindgren & TomÃ¡s J. T. BaliÃ±o & Anne Marie Gulde & Marc Quintyn, 2000. "Financial Sector Crisis and Restructuring; Lessons from Asia: Lessons from Asia," IMF Occasional Papers 188, International Monetary Fund.
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