Business Finance in Less Developed Capital Markets

By Klaus P. Fischer; George J. Papaioannou | Go to book overview

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FIGURES
1.1 The Lemon Gap18
3.1 Securities Market Development and Economic Growth61
4.1 Risk versus Return for Mutual Funds, Including YK 388
4.2 Risk versus Return for Mutual Funds, Excluding YK 388
4.3 Risk versus Return for Mutual Funds (Pre-February 1988)91
4.4 Risk versus Return for Mutual Funds (Post-February 1988)91
4.5 Risk versus Return for Mutual Funds (Post-February 1988)92
12.1 Phase Diagram of the System of Equations237
12.2 Response to an Increase in the Supply of Bank Credit237
12.3 Response to a Decrease in the Rate of Interest238
12.4 Tobin's Average Q and Investment Incentive Space244
13.1 The Utility of Household Firm in the Presence of Inflation Risk253
13.2 Consumption and Investment with Different Levels of Inflation Risk254
17.1 The Asymmetric Nash Bargaining Solution318
17.2 The Supply of Loans and Credit Rationing324
17.3 Lender's Expected Payoff and the Level of Required Repayment326
18.1 Real Interest Rates: United States versus Uruguay343
18.2 Currency-adjusted Spread344

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