The negative effects of lender liability
Lenders and environmental policies
A re-examination of the role of relationships in the loan-granting process
We reexamine the role of relationships in the loan granting process overall. A practical implication emerging from the classical studies on the role of relationships in credit rationing is that good relationships between a borrower and his lender should, in fact, work to lower the interest rate charged to the borrower. We test this implication in our paper using a robust sample selection methodology that explicitly accounts for the entire fabric of the loan granting process, including a borrower?s decision to apply to the bank for a loan (or not), whether a bank approves the application for a ...
Statement to Congress, Jun 12, 1991 (lender liability)
Competing in the current lending environment
Lending relationships and loan contract terms: does size matter?
Statement to Congress, June 6, 1991 (lender liability)
Lender liability under environmental law