publication . Article . 2017

An Analysis of the Macroeconomic Conditions Required for SME Lending: Evidence from Turkey and Other Emerging Market Countries

Jenkins Hatice; Hossain Monir;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2017 Journal: Panoeconomicus, volume 64, pages 77-92 (issn: 1452-595X, eissn: 2217-2386, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: National Library of Serbia
Abstract
Providing small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with access to external finance has been a major concern for many governments and international organizations for three decades. In recent years the experiences of emerging market countries suggest that a paradigm shift is taking place in SME finance. Particularly in fast-growing emerging market countries such as Turkey, banks are increasingly targeting SMEs as a new line of banking business. This research analyzes how macroeconomic factors have contributed to increased commercial bank lending to SMEs in six emerging market countries: Turkey, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Chile, and Poland. Based on time series and pane...
Subjects
free text keywords: Economics, Emerging markets, Economic policy, High inflation, Panel data, Small and medium-sized enterprises, Commercial bank, SME lending, macroeconomics, banking sector, access to credit, Economic theory. Demography, HB1-3840
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publication . Article . 2017

An Analysis of the Macroeconomic Conditions Required for SME Lending: Evidence from Turkey and Other Emerging Market Countries

Jenkins Hatice; Hossain Monir;