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Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: HB, HG
Building on the literatures on asymmetric information and risk taking, this paper applies conjoint experiments to investigate lending officers' probabilities of supporting credit to established or existing SMEs. Using a sample of 114 Swedish lending officers, we test hypotheses concerning how information on the borrower's ability to repay the loan; alignment of risk preferences; and risk sharing affect their willingness to grant credit. Results suggest that features that reduce the risk to the bank and shift the risk to the borrower have the largest impact. The paper highlights the interaction between factors that influence the credit decision. Implications for SMEs, banks and research are discussed.
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    • Myers, S. C. (1984). The capital structure puzzle. The Journal of Finance, vol. 39 (3): 575- 592.
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