Credit demand in Mozambican manufacturing
John Rand (),
Finn Tarp () and
Jeanet Bentzen ()
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Bruce Byiers: University of Sussex, Brighton, UK, Postal: University of Sussex, Brighton, UK
Journal of International Development, 2010, vol. 22, issue 1, 37-55
This paper uses two industrial firm surveys to identify the key determinants of credit demand in Mozambican manufacturing. We construct five different measures of being credit constrained and estimate desired debt demand. Besides firm size and ownership structure, we find evidence that general manager education and business association membership are associated with whether a firm is credit constrained or not. Using our preferred measure of credit constraint suggests that around 43 per cent of the firms surveyed are constrained, and these enterprises would almost triple their debt burden if borrowing constraints were relaxed. Copyright © 2009 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
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