Credit, Investments and the Macroeconomy: A Few Open Issues / Edition 1by Marco Mazzoli
Pub. Date: 02/01/1998
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book relates the literatures of finance, industrial economics and investment to the theoretical framework of the "credit view." First, banks' decisions concerning their assets are seen as at least as relevant as their decisions concerning their liabilities. Second, securities and bank credit are highly imperfect substitutes. The interactions between real and financial sectors are analyzed from the point of view of the industrial firm, in a model where the investment and financial decisions of the firm are taken simultaneously.
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Table of ContentsPreface and Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction; Part I. Banks, Credits and the Macroeconomy: A Puzzle: 2. Credit, financial markets and the macroeconomy: different approaches and a proposed perspective; 3. Securitization and the empirics of bank credit; Part II. Interactions between Credit and Industry: Firms Market Power and Banks Liquidity Preference: 4. Investments and monetary policy with oligopsony in the market for credit; 5. Banks' assets and liquidity preference, an empirical investigation based on the free liquidity ratio for commercial banks; Part III. 'Inside the Firm': Interactions between Finance and Investments: 6. Investments with firm-specific financial costs and 'transaction' adjustment costs; 7. Are investments and financial structure two faces of the same decision, a qualitative approach; Summing up; Bibliography; Index.
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