English, Article edition: Church-based Credit Cooperatives in Germany Achim Machauer; Dirk Schiereck

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  • Church-based Credit Cooperatives in Germany
Author
  • Achim Machauer
  • Dirk Schiereck
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  • The traditional business focus of credit co-operatives is locally oriented and business success is explained by the efficient way to induce monitoring of borrowers. Church-based credit co-operatives in Germany are not that locally oriented but were extraordinary successful over the last decades. First, this analysis describes the special characteristics of church-based institutions compared to other credit co-operatives. This part is based on a historical backward glance, an analysis of annual reports and a survey on their business policy. Second, we discuss the special characteristics of church-based credit co-operatives to explain the business success in a broader context and to understand the perspectives of credit co-operative banking beyond the local orientation. Copyright CIRIEC, 2004.
  • RePEc:bla:annpce:v:75:y:2004:i:2:p:319-337
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