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Asymmetries in bank lending behaviour

Sylvia Kaufmann

Asymmetries in bank lending behaviour

Austria during the 1990s

by Sylvia Kaufmann

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Published by Oesterreichische Nationalbank in Wien .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bank loans -- Austria -- Effect of monetary policy on -- Econometric models.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 32-34).

    StatementSylvia Kaufmann.
    SeriesWorking paper -- 56., Working papers (Oesterreichische Nationalbank) -- 56.
    ContributionsOesterreichische Nationalbank.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 p. :
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16099333M

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Downloadable. This paper investigates both cross-sectional asymmetry (related to bank-speci.c characteristics like size and liquidity) and asymmetries over time (potentially related to the overall state of the economy) in Austrian bank lending reaction to monetary policy.

The first type of asymmetry is accounted for by including interaction terms, and the second type is captured by latent. In Eq., we expect the direct effect of a tightening in U.S.

monetary policy on bank flows to be negative: ∑ k = 1 4 β k bank lending channel literature suggests that more liquidity-constrained banks reduce their lending more in response to tighter monetary policy: ∑ k = 1 4 γ k > 0. We want to assess how the direction of the change (tightening vs easing) and the stance of Author: Horacio Sapriza, Judit Temesvary.

Asymmetries in bank lending behaviour. Austria during the s. By Sylvia Kaufmann. Get PDF (2 MB) Abstract. This paper investigates both cross-sectional asymmetry (related to bank-specific characteristics like size and liquidity) and asymmetries over time (potentially related to the overall state of the economy) in Austrian bank lending Author: Sylvia Kaufmann.

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The key determinant for foreign banks in the financing of the Chinese economy, however, may be the degree of information asymmetries in the bank–borrower relationship relative to local banks. This is a major issue in assessing the prospects for expansion of foreign bank lending in China 5.

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We also investigate the link between changes in bank lending and aggregate economic activity. Distance and Information Asymmetries in Lending Decisions Abstract Using a unique data set of loan applications by small businesses, we study the determinants of lending decisions and, especially, the roles of private information and physical distance between a bank and its borrowers.

Although credit availability and the loan rate decrease in. Downloadable (with restrictions). This study examines the asymmetric behaviour of lending-deposit rate spread in the emerging Thai economy over the period to Although both the threshold autoregressive model and the Momentum Threshold Autoregressive (MTAR) model detect asymmetries, the MTAR model is a better fit for the sample data.

While the P2P lending platform undertakes a variety of functions including market-making, loan processing, and community-building activities, they do not, as a rule, participate in lending decisions (Meyer ; Wang et al.

3 As they do not make lending decisions (or collect deposits as in traditional banks), they have much lower. process of lending and in the subsequent monitoring role that is often seen as defining characteristic of bank financing.

Information asymmetries in credit markets constitute the backbone of the financial ineffectiveness and financial crisis. From various surveys carried out by the Central Bank. We find that bank lending decreases after a monetary policy tightening. Moreover, as in several other Euro area economies, banks' liquidity appears to impact significantly on their lending behavior.

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The paper proposes a theoretical argument on the nature of bank lending, based on the idea that, through commitment and monitoring, banks overcome basic informational asymmetries with borrowers.

By bringing together loan commitment theories and credit rationing theories, the paper shows that, within a framework of asymmetric information between lenders and borrowers and under costly. The Effect of Monetary Policy on Bank Lending and Aggregate Output: Asymmetries from Nonlinearities in the Lending Channel Article (PDF Available) in Annals of.

Information asymmetries and the resulting credit con-straints have been used to explain anomalous behavior in consumption, borrowing, and labor supply. Motivated in part by this research, policymakers and lenders have (), who find adverse selection into bank overdraft services when payday lending is available.

This paper complements. on the asset side, the growing use of loan sales and securitisation activity stands out. Section 4 concludes. 2 What role For banK behaViour in monetary analysis.

Bank behaviour is one important determinant of money and credit developments, both of a cyclical and of a more persistent nature. Information Asymmetries and an Endogenous Productivity Reversion Mechanism Nicolás Figueroa and Oksana Leukhina ∗ February Abstract Several studies among recent empirical work have suggested that the systematic behavior of lending standards over the business cycle, with laxer standards applied during expansions and tighter standards.

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commercial banks’ herding behavior across the various categories of loans that banks can choose to extend during the period from to. Procyclicality in the lending behaviour of financial institutions is an area of cent of the total loan portfolio.3 This increase in stress in banks’ loan books has followed the outbreak of the global financial crisis and a period of remarkably high credit growth in the mids (RBI, ).

The stress in loan books has become. Today, fintechs such as LendingClub are seeking new ways to reduce the information asymmetries that cause these frictions in the market, and ultimately lead to inefficient capital allocation and higher borrowing costs.

LendingClub is the largest online lending marketplace in the US, having issued $bn in loans since inception in characteristics, loan loss provisioning and financial fragility captured by the distance to default (DTD) variable.

Section V uses the results of the panel regressions alongside some of the key developments in policy-related variables to explain some of the puzzles in bank lending behaviour: between GSIFI banks.