Small Business Hardships Highlight Relationship with Lenders in COVID-19 Era
Nathaniel Pattison () and
Chloe N. Smith
Southwest Economy, 2020, issue Second Quarter
The COVID-19 crisis has disrupted normal small business operations and will likely limit the ability of many enterprises to stay financially afloat. Although lenders have become better equipped to evaluate risks and serve small businesses, the supply of credit tends to shrink during economic downturns.
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