Honohan criticised credit guarantees schemes
Small business credit guarantee schemes often carry large hidden costs, according to a conference presentation given by Patrick Honohan in 2008.
Small business credit guarantee schemes often carry large, hidden costs and are introduced for their political attractions, according to a conference presentation given by Patrick Honohan in 2008, before he became Central Bank governor.
In a talk at the Conference on Partial Credit Guarantees in Washington in March 2008, Honohan warned that the case for government credit guarantees is not backed by substantial evidence that they actually work and that cost-benefit analyses of the schemes was...
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