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Bank networks and firm credit: an agent based model approach
Starting from the idea that economic systems fall into complexity theory, where its many agents interact with each other without a central control and that these interactions are able to change the future behavior of the ...
Relationship banking: does it lower information asymmetry or increase lender monopoly power?
The theoretical literature regarding banking economics indicates that long-term relationships between a lender and a borrower can reveal information about the firm’s credit rating. Nonetheless, theoretical studies foresee ...