New Economics Papers
on Microfinance
Issue of 2009‒06‒17
one paper chosen by
Aastha Pudasainee and Olivier Dagnelie

  1. Access to Credit: Microenterprises in Turkey By Alper Duman

  1. By: Alper Duman (Department of Economics, Izmir University of Economics)
    Abstract: Access to external nance for small and medium enterprises is vital for survival and growth of such rms. In this paper we have analyzed the determinants of access to credit in microenterprises of Turkey. We use a unique dataset covering a large sample of microenterprises. We nd that size and signals of wealth positively aect the likelihood of getting a formal credit.
    Keywords: Credit Markets, Informal Firms
    JEL: D21 O17
    Date: 2009–06

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