Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Part 1. Access to credit and secured transactions in a global world. 1. Turning the key to credit: credit access and credit institutions / Florencio Lopez-de-Silanes 2. Policy choices for an efficient and inclusive financial system / Thorsten Beck Part 2. Secured transactions law to support access to credit: a case for reform. 3. The economics of collateral and of collateral reform / Heywood Fleisig 4. Firm-level evidence on collateral and access to finance / Mehnaz S. Safavian 5. Legal efficiency of secured transactions reform: bridging the gap between economic analysis and legal reasoning / Frederique Dahan and John Simpson Part 3. Taking security in practice: microfinance and mortgage. 6. The state of nature and lending in an unreformed environment: experience from early transition countries / Thomas Engelhardt and Benjamin Regitz 7. Use of security in challenging environments: the microfinance perspective / Martin Holtmann 8. Mortgages in transition economies / John Simpson and Frederique Dahan Part 4. Stories of reform: lessons learned and remaining challenges. 9. The Slovak secured transactions reform: ingredients of a successful reform and reflection on its achievements / Katarína Mathernová 10. The Romanian electronic archive of security interests in personal property / Diana Lupulescu 11. Challenges in implementing secured transactions reform in Latin America / Nuria de la Peña 12. Recent reform in France: the renaissance of a civilian collateral regime? / Marie-Elodie Ancel.