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  • Deregulation, Credit Rationing, Financial Fragility and Economic Performance
Author
  • Michael Driscoll
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  • preprint
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  • This paper is one of four in this Working Paper Series, focusing on financial liberalisation, along with those of Miller and Weller, Kupiec and Blundell-Wignall and Browne. Its main purpose is to evaluate the imperfections still affecting deregulated credit markets. In particular, the paper examines the extent to which rationing continues to be present in credit markets and its implications for credit allocation and the transmission of monetary policy. In addition, the role of deregulation in financial market fragility and instability and its macroeconomic consequences are discussed ... Le présent document constitue l'une de quatre études de cette Série consacrée à la libéralisation financière, avec celles de Miller et Weller, de Kupiec et de Blundell-Wignall et Browne. Son objet principal est d'évaluer jusqu'à quel point les marchés de crédit déréglementés continuent à être affectés par d'importantes imperfections de fonctionnement. Il s'attache, en particulier, à rechercher dans quelle mesure il subsiste des obstacles au fontionnement parfait des marchés de crédit et quelles en sont les implications pour l'allocation des ressources et les mécanismes de transmission de la politique monétaire. Il traite, en outre, du rôle qui revient à la déréglementation dans la fragilité et l'instabilité des marchés financiers et des conséquences macro-économiques qui en résultent ...
  • RePEc:oec:ecoaaa:97-en
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