Policy choices for an efficient and inclusive financial system

T.H.L. Beck

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Abstract

The chapters presented here provide, for the first time, a comprehensive and cutting-edge view of the subject – from both a legal and economic perspective. They start at the macro level of financial systems, moving towards the behaviours of lenders (commercial banks and micro-lenders), policy options for government and the mechanisms of collateral law reform.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSecured Transactions Reform and Access to Credit
EditorsF. Dahan, J. Simpson
PublisherEdward Elgar
Pages296
Number of pages296
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Policy choice
Economics
Policy options
Law reform
Financial system
Commercial banks
Government

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Beck, T. H. L. (2008). Policy choices for an efficient and inclusive financial system. In F. Dahan, & J. Simpson (Eds.), Secured Transactions Reform and Access to Credit (pp. 296). Edward Elgar.
Beck, T.H.L. / Policy choices for an efficient and inclusive financial system. Secured Transactions Reform and Access to Credit. editor / F. Dahan ; J. Simpson. Edward Elgar, 2008. pp. 296
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