Crisis, Credit and Resource Misallocation: Evidence from Europe during the Great Recession

Biswajit Banerjee, Fabrizio Coricelli 08 February 2017

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Table of Contents

i.  Acknowledgements 
ii. Foreword

  1. Misallocation in Europe during the global financial crisis: Some stylised facts 
    Biswajit Banerjee and Fabrizio Coricelli
     
  2. Analysis of the bank lending survey results for Bulgaria (for the period 2003-2014) 
    Tania Karamisheva
     
  3. A forensic analysis of credit activity in Croatia
    Mirna Dumičić and Igor Ljubaj
     
  4. Discussion of "Analysis of the bank lending survey results for Bulgaria" and "A forensic analysis of credit activity in Croatia" 
    Igor Masten
     
  5. Housing and mortgage dynamics in the Netherlands: Some evidence from household survey data
    David-Jan Jansen
     
  6. Discussion of "Housing and mortgage dynamics in the Netherlands: Some Evidence from household survey data" 
    Meta Ahtik
     
  7. The quantity of corporate credit rationing with matched bank-firm data
    Lorenzo Burlon, Davide Fantino, Andrea Nobili and Gabriele Sene
     
  8. Discussion of " The quantity of corporate credit rationing with matched bank-firm data”
    Martin Wagner
     
  9. Credit misallocation before and after the crisis: A microeconometric analysis for Slovenia
    Biswajit Banerjee, Igor Masten, Sašo Polanec and Matjaž Volk
     
  10. The efficiency of banks’ credit portfolio allocation: An application of kernel density estimation on a panel of Albanian banking system data
    Altin Tanku, Elona Dushku and Kliti Ceca
     
  11. Credit allocation and the financial crisis in Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Dragan Jovic
     
  12. Misallocation of resources in Latvia
    Konstantins Benkovskis
     
  13. Discussion of papers from the session on " Credit allocation (or misallocation)" 
    Dubravko Mihaljek
     
  14. Foreign currency household loans in Austria: A micro view on a macro issue
    Nicolás Albacete, Doris Ritzberger-Grünwald and Walter Waschiczek
     
  15. Discussion of “Foreign currency household loans in Austria: A micro view on a macro issue”
    Sašo Polanec
     

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Professor of Economics at Paris School of Economics, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne; and CEPR Research Fellow

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