Yongjin, Park (2008): Parsimonious Lenders: Bank Concentration and Credit Availability to Small Businesses.
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This paper examines how bank competition affects the amount of credit provided to small businesses using both the loan turndown rate and the size of granted loans and L/Cs. Using 2003 National Survey of Small Business Finance data, we show that commercial banking in concentrated banking markets are more likely to reject loan applications. Moreover, the size of granted loans is found to be significantly smaller in concentrated markets. Finally, we show that the total limit of L/Cs that a firm has is also significantly smaller for firms in concentrated banking markets. Our finding challenges a notion that credit market competition may be inimical to the formation of mutually beneficial relationships between firms and specific creditors. We do not find any evidence that bank concentration is instrumental in building relationship banking and our results suggest the opposite.
|Item Type:||MPRA Paper|
|Original Title:||Parsimonious Lenders: Bank Concentration and Credit Availability to Small Businesses|
|Keywords:||Bank Competition, Credit Availability, Small Business, Relationship Banking|
|Subjects:||G - Financial Economics > G2 - Financial Institutions and Services > G28 - Government Policy and Regulation
G - Financial Economics > G2 - Financial Institutions and Services > G21 - Banks ; Depository Institutions ; Micro Finance Institutions ; Mortgages
|Depositing User:||Yongjin Park|
|Date Deposited:||24. Jun 2008 01:28|
|Last Modified:||03. Jun 2015 13:56|
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