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Credits and non-interest rate determinants of loan demand: a Spanish case study

Justo Manrique () and Kalu Ojah ()

Applied Economics, 2004, vol. 36, issue 8, 781-791

Abstract: This article uses bivariate probit analysis to model the potential relationship between the condition of being credit-unconstrained and holding loans as well as to ascertain determinants of a household being credit-unconstrained and likely holding consumer and real-estate loans. It documents that family size, education, permanent and transitory incomes, among others, affect Spanish households' desire and capacity to hold loans. Furthermore, these factors were found to affect demands for real-estate and consumer loans differently. In general, the above and other results from this research provide insights that would interest credit consumers, credit suppliers, and policy makers in Spain.

Date: 2004
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