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Introduction to the Symposium on Contemporary Banking Research : The Use of Fixed Effects to Disentangle Loan Demand from Loan Supply. / Jakovljević, Sanja; Degryse, Hans ; Ongena, Steven.

In: Economic Inquiry, Vol. 58, No. 2, 01.04.2020, p. 917-920.

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title = "Introduction to the Symposium on Contemporary Banking Research: The Use of Fixed Effects to Disentangle Loan Demand from Loan Supply",
abstract = "With the onset of the financial crisis, disentangling the effects of loan demand and supply in contemporary banking research has become vital for a proper assessment of supply-related banking shocks. These shocks may negatively affect the real economy through many channels, such as the lending channel of monetary policy transmission, the bank risk-taking channel or the evaluation of macroprudential policy efficiency. All these rely on separating the two lending components. Empirical identification has largely relied on the use of demand-related fixed effects, which has also been applied in several analyses within this Symposium.",
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