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  • Financial Market Imperfections and Home Ownership: A Comparative Study

    Maria Concetta Chiuri; Tullio Jappelli (2000)
    We explore the determinants of the international pattern of home ownership using the Luxembourg Income Study (LIS), a collection of microeconomic data on fourteen OECD countries. In most, the cross-section is repeated over time and includes several demographic variables carefully matched between the different surveys. This allows us to construct a truly unique international dataset, merging data on more than 400,000 households with aggregate panel data on mortgage loans and down payment ratio...

    Ukraine; Selected Issues

    International Monetary Fund (2008)
    This Selected Issues paper investigates the economic importance of institutions in Ukraine, and attempts to quantify the potential benefits of market-friendly structural reforms. The paper reviews some of the key findings of the development-accounting literature, which has tried to explain the significant differences in income that persist across countries. It introduces the stochastic-frontier approach, outlining its key assumptions and strengths, and results obtained with the stochastic-fro...

    Bank Ties and Bond Market Access: Evidence on Investment-Cash Flow Sensitivity in Japan

    Patrick McGuire (2003)
    The banking literature has established that banks can alleviate information asymmetries between lenders and borrowers, while the Q literature has used cash flow sensitivity analysis to test whether financing constraints hinder investment. Building on the results in Hoshi, Kashyap and Scharfstein (1991) and Hayashi (2000), this paper investigates whether bank ties in Japan were costly for mature and healthy firms in the 1980s and 1990s and whether banks continued to facilitate investment once ...

    FROM INTERNATIONAL TO REGIONAL SYSTEMS. IP IN THE MIDDLE EAST.

    Mihaela Daciana BOLOS (2014)
    The Intellectual Property (IP) international system is composed nowadays of two directions: international and regional system. The articles analyses the development of the regional IP system in the Middle East with a special focus on the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries, in the context of international and geopolitical developments in the region..

    New economics of risk and uncertainty: theory and application (a book)

    Moawia Alghalith (2007)
    This book introduces new theoretical foundations under uncertainty with applications.
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