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Financial liberalization and financing constraints on the corporate sector in Tunisia

Financial liberalization and financing constraints on the corporate sector in Tunisia

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Published by Economic Research Forum in Dokki, Cairo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMejda Bahlous and Mustapha K. Nabli.
SeriesWorking paper series -- 2005
ContributionsNabli, Mustapha K.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2009/52224 (H)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination34 p.
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23679428M
LC Control Number2009321547

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Financial liberalization and financing constraints on the corporate sector in Tunisia Download PDF EPUB FB2

This paper studies the impact of the financial and economic liberalization in Tunisia since the mids on the financial structure and behavior of the corporate sector. Downloadable. This paper studies the impact of the financial and economic liberalization in Tunisia since the mids on the financial structure and behavior of the corporate sector.

We analyze the effect of financing constraints, due to market imperfections as well as credit allocation policies, on the determinants of investment and indebtedness of the corporate by: 6. Most research suggested that financial development or interest rate liberalization could alleviate corporate financing constraints [5,[60][61] [62].

Some research found that financial. This book makes a series of recommendations to overcome them. They include focusing on increasing competition in the banking sector, expanding financial services, and expand financial literacy.

Download Full Report | Index | References. Chapter 1 - Financing Africa: Setting the Stage. This chapter states the book’s objectives and main policy. Recent empirical work shows that financial development (see Rajan and Zingales, ; Love, ) and the liberalization of the banking sector (Laeven, ) could help relax these financing constraints and increase investment.

Financial liberalization would make available more foreign capital, but this does not necessarily resolve the market Cited by: Most research suggested that financial development or interest rate liberalization could alleviate corporate financing constraints [5,60,61,62].

Some research found that financial liberalization eases financing constraints for small firms, but has adverse effects for large ones [60,63]. In addition, some studies have reached the opposite Cited by: 1.

European Journal of Business and Management ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol.6, No, as a policy tool because of. Mejda Bahlous & Mustapha K. Nabli, "Financial Liberalization and Financial Constraints on the Corporate Sector in Tunisia," Working PapersEconomic Research Forum, revised 02 Oct Samy Bennaceur & Adel Boughrara & Samir Ghazouani, Cited by: 9.

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Our paper also summarizes some recent research on the impact of liberalization on the real sector. FINANCIAL LIBERALIZATION Official Equity Market Liberalization.

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