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Why small business lending isn’t what it used to be

Scott Shane and Ann Marie Wiersch

Economic Commentary, 2013, issue Aug

Abstract: Since the Great Recession, bank lending to small businesses has fallen significantly, and policymakers have become concerned that these businesses are not getting the credit they need. Many reasons have been suggested for the decline. Our analysis shows that it has multiple sources, which means that trying to address any single factor may be ineffective or make matters worse. Any intervention should take all of the many causes of the decline in small business lending into consideration.

Keywords: Bank loans; Small business - Finance; Bank capital (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013
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