Secured Transactions Reform and Access to Credit

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Frederique Dahan, John Simpson
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - Law - 296 pages
The book is unique. . . It brings together articles on the economics and the law of property rights, and combines these with case studies, observations of what works and what does not, and a checklist of things to watch for. . . This is a very useful book
 

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Contents

credit access and credit institutions
3
2 Policy choices for an efficient and inclusive financial system
53
a case for reform
79
3 The economics of collateral and of collateral reform
81
4 Firmlevel evidence on collateral and access to finance
110
bridging the gap between economic analysis and legal reasoning
122
microfinance and mortgage
139
experience from early transition countries
141
8 Mortgages in transition economies
172
lessons learned and remaining challenges
205
ingredients of a successful reform and reflection on its achievements
207
10 The Romanian Electronic Archive of Security Interests in Personal Property
224
11 Challenges in implementing secured transactions reform in Latin America
236
the renaissance of a civilian collateral regime?
259
Index
273
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the microfinance perspective
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