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Bank Lending in Turkey: Effects of Monetary and Fiscal Policies

Burcu Aydin and Deniz Igan

No 2010/233, IMF Working Papers from International Monetary Fund

Abstract: The period following the 2000-01 crisis was marked by a successful disinflation program sustained through inflation targeting and fiscal discipline in Turkey. This paper studies the impact of monetary and fiscal policies on credit growth during this period. Using quarterly bank-level data covering 2002-08, we find evidence that liquidity-constrained banks have sharper decline in lending during contractionary monetary policies and that crowding-out effect disappears more for banks with a retail-banking focus when fiscal policies are prudent.The results are statistically weak, suggesting that bank lending channel is not strong in Turkey and government finances has limited direct impact on credit.

Keywords: WP; central bank; banking sector; inflation rate; money market; Bank credit; monetary policy; fiscal policy; panel data; fiscal policy variable; credit supply; bank assets; contractionary fiscal policy; lending channel; transmission mechanism; bank ownership; Loans; Credit; Commercial banks (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 33
Date: 2010-10-01
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