THE ROLE OF RELATIONSHIP BANKING ON THE PERFORMANCE OF FIRMS IN BANGLADESH
Shigeru Uchida and
Sarwar Ahmed ()
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Shigeru Uchida: Nagasaki University, Japan
Chapter 8 in Advances in Development Economics, 2008, pp 125-151 from World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.
AbstractThe following sections are included:IntroductionRelationship BankingDefinitionMerits and Demerits of Relationship BankingContemporary Status of Banking Sector and Relationship Banking in JapanPresent State of Banking Sector in JapanRelationship Banking in JapanStockholding of firmsSupply of management resourcesLoan syndicationLiterature Review on the Effect of Relationship Banking in JapanAvailability of CreditRescuing in Financial DistressReduction of RiskPerformance of Borrowing FirmsContemporary Status of Banking Sector and Relationship Banking in BangladeshPresent State of Banking Sector in BangladeshBanking problems in BangladeshAbsence of close bank–firm relationshipConcentration on retail nature of transactionsPresence of extensive credit rationingHigher interest marginHigh transaction cost and delay in loan decisionsComparative characteristics of the banking system of Bangladesh with that of JapanRelationship Banking in BangladeshEmpirical Analysis on the Impact of Relationship BankingImpact of Relationship Banking on Corporate Firms of BangladeshFindings of t-testsFindings of multivariate analysisImpact of Relationship Banking on Corporate Firms of JapanSummaryLessons for Bangladeshi Banking SystemReferences
Keywords: Development; Labor; Migration; Growth; Monetary-Fiscal Policy; Organizational System; Multinational Companies; Gender; Public Choice; Turkey; India; Bangladesh (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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