Kuresel Kriz ve Kredi Egilimleri
Kredi piyasalarinda bilgi asimetrisinden kaynaklanan sorunlarin ekonomiye gelen soklarin etkilerini arttirici bir rol oynadigi bilinmektedir. Bu notta ulkemizde kredi piyasalarindaki sorunlarin kuresel krizin ertesinde kredi gelismeleri uzerinde nasil rol oynadigi incelenmektedir. Turkiye Cumhuriyet Merkez Bankasi (TCMB) Kredi Egilim Anketi’nden elde edilen bulgular, kredi verme egilimindeki zayifligin 2006 yilina gore 2008 yilinda çok daha belirgin oldugunu gostermektedir. Ancak 2008 finansal krizi ve sonrasinda, kredi standartlarindaki sikilasmada bankalarin fon maliyetleri ve bilanco kisitlarinin degil, risk algilamalarinin baskin oldugu dikkat cekmektedir. Son doneme iliskin anket sonuclari, bankacilik sektorune hakim olan asiri ihtiyatli tutumun zayifladigini ve bankalar arasi rekabetin oneminin arttigini gostermektedir.
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