The Distributive Impact of Reforms in Credit Enforcement: Evidence From Indian Debt Recovery Tribunals
Ulf von Lilienfeld‐Toal,
Dilip Mookherjee () and
Econometrica, 2012, vol. 80, issue 2, pages 497-558
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Working Paper: THE DISTRIBUTIVE IMPACT OF REFORMS IN CREDIT ENFORCEMENT: EVIDENCE FROM INDIAN DEBT RECOVERY TRIBUNALS (2010)
Working Paper: The Distributive Impact of Reforms in Credit Enforcement: Evidence from Indian Debt Recovery Tribunals (2010)
Working Paper: The Distributive Impact of Reforms in Credit Enforcement: Evidence from Indian Debt Recovery Tribunals (2009)
Working Paper: The Distributive impact of reforms in credit enforcement: Evidence from Indian debt recovery tribunals (2009)
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