Skip to Main Navigation

Interest Bearing Notes (February 2021) (anglais)

Interest Bearing Notes is a product of the Finance and Private Sector Research Team in the World Bank's Development Research Group. It reports on research by the team, as well as non-World Bank research, conferences, related websites, new datasets, and other research and policy-oriented news.

Information

  • Auteur

    Bruhn,Miriam, Cull, Bob, Xu,L. Colin

  • Date du document

    2021/02/01

  • Type de document

    Bulletin d’information

  • Numéro du rapport

    157020

  • Volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Pays

    Monde,

  • Région

    Région,

  • Date de publication

    2021/02/26

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Titre du rapport

    Interest Bearing Notes (February 2021)

  • Mots clé

    Finance & Private Sector Development; treatment group; political parties; payroll accounts; political party; congressional vote; business practice; international investment; portfolio investment; macroeconomic expectation; monthly household consumption; increase in profit; human resource service; not statistically significant; consumer finance; performance of state; learning by doing; value of investment; finance and markets; foreign direct investment; field experiment; economic recovery; mobile money; consumer protection; firm growth; international reserve; business training; loan product; take-up rate; Ownership Share Type; Exchange Rates; inflation rate; large bank; smaller share; administrative datum; survey questions; business management; inventory control; Health cost; business profit; government institution; positive relationship; waiting time; intellectual capability; aggregate investment; global finance; state performance; household income; international loan; first wave; macroeconomic model; consumer behavior; macro indicators; causal link; default rate; marketing service; marketing specialist; microfinance institution; estimate impact; nation state; Fixed Assets; financial technology; garment worker; standard approach; skill need; party discipline; borrowing limit; financial integration; financial system; Investment Type; predatory practice; business asset; recent research; predatory lending; general equilibrium; web page; economic shock; party leadership

Télécharger

RAPPORT COMPLET

Version officielle du document (peut inclure des signatures etc…)