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Under Pressure: Small-Business Lenders and COVID-19

Small-business lenders are on the front lines of financial support for small businesses through the COVID-19 pandemic. What are these lenders experiencing right now, and how are they working to support small businesses?
Regional Matters

After big gains, challenges for small business

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Mar

Journal Article
Does small business need a financial fix?

An evaluation of several proposals that would promote additional lending to the small business sector, some through direct government intervention and others by changing existing regulations to promote the market's allocation of credit. The authors argue that market-oriented initiatives are the preferred approach for improving a small-business credit crunch.
Economic Commentary , Issue May

Journal Article
Banking markets and the use of financial services by small and medium- sized businesses

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Oct

Journal Article
Small business lending patterns in California

FRBSF Economic Letter

Journal Article
Encouraging entrepreneurship: a microenterprise development policy agenda

There are a number of opportunities for public policy to help microenterprise programs support emerging entrepreneurs as they contend with the current economic environment.
Community Investments , Volume 20 , Issue Win

Journal Article
Statement to Congress, October 6, 1994(availability of credit to small and minority-owned businesses)

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Dec

Journal Article
Financial services and small businesses

A survey to determine the source of deposit and credit services to small commercial customers, using a sample of 368 Ohio firms with sales under $10 million.
Economic Commentary , Issue Jan

Journal Article
The evolution of bank lending to small business

This article examines how consolidation, along with the use of credit-scoring models for lending, may be reflected in recent patterns of small business lending by banks. The authors find that the market for small business lending has been substantially influenced both by the wave of bank consolidations and by the adoption of efficiency-enhancing information technologies at banks.
New England Economic Review , Issue Mar , Pages 27-36

Journal Article
Going public

Regional Review , Issue Win , Pages 18-24



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