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Author:Huck, Paul 

Conference Paper
A comparison of small business finance in two Chicago minority neighborhoods

Proceedings , Paper 780

Conference Paper
Small business access to trade credit: some evidence of ethnic differences

Proceedings , Paper 672

Working Paper
Supplier relationships and small business use of trade credit

This paper sheds some light on the empirical importance of supplier relationships, including ethnic ties, for the use of trade credit by minority-owned small businesses. Results based on the 1993 National Survey of Small Business Finance (NSSBF) indicate that ethnic differences in the use of trade credit are present after conditioning on an extensive list of control variables. This holds especially for Black-owned businesses, and we find that they use less trade credit, are less likely to take advantage of discounts for early payment, and are more likely to have payments past due. We use ...
Working Paper Series , Paper WP-00-28

Journal Article
How do minorities fund small business start-ups? Two Chicago neighborhoods offer insight

The Region , Volume 13 , Issue Sep , Pages 10-13,26

Discussion Paper
Small-business access to trade credit: some evidence of ethnic differences

Based on findings from a survey of Black Households, this paper highlights socioeconomic and demographic factors that many influence the utilization of different financial markets. In addition, it discusses the potentially important role that informal financial networks can play in racial/ethnic communities. We propose that education programs, proactive community participation and partnerships between financial institutions and community organizations are important for greater access to credit and financial services among Black Households.
Consumer and Community Affairs Policy Studies , Paper 2000-2

Discussion Paper
Home mortgage lending by applicant race/ethnicity: do HMDA figures provide a distorted picture?

Consumer and Community Affairs Policy Studies , Paper 2000-3

Journal Article
Small business finance in two Chicago minority neighborhoods

The authors use survey data to measure the use of formal and informal sources of financing by owners of small businesses in two ethnic neighborhoods. The authors find substantial differences across ethnic groups in the amount of start-up funding obtained and in the use of trade credit.
Economic Perspectives , Volume 23 , Issue Q II , Pages 46-62

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New data on mortgage lending

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Jul

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