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Does one size fit all? Basel rules and SME financing

Tra gli effetti collaterali della crisi economica quelli riguardanti al piccola e media impresa sono particolarmente rilevanti per l’Europa. La ripresa economica europea infatti dipende in modo significativo dalle prestazione delle PMI. Questo volume cerca di analizzare i possibili effetti collaterali delle disposizioni di Basilea III sulla stabilità del loro finanziamento. I saggi in esso contenuti evidenziano i miglioramenti introdotti da Basilea III rispetto a Basilea II ma mettono alla luce anche le debolezze del quadro normativo. Il volume, in lingua inglese, è curato da Roberto Guida e Rainer Masera.

Contents

 

Introduction

by Roberto Guida, Rainer Masera

 

Chapter 1. CRR/CRD IV: the Trees and the Forest

by Rainer Masera

 

Chapter 2. US Basel III Final Rule on Banks’ Capital Requirements: a Different-Size-Fits-All Approach

by Rainer Masera

 

Chapter 3. Bank Lending Technologies and the Great Trade ­Collapse: Evidence from EU Micro-data

by Giovanni Ferri, Pierluigi Murro

 

Chapter 4. SMEs Participation to supply chains and credit ­constraints: implications for internal credit risk models

by Mónica López-Puertas Lamy, Zeno Rotondi

 

Chapter 5. Basel III and the financing of Italian small firms,
by Stefania Cosci, Roberto Guida, Valentina Meliciani, Valentina Sabato

 

Acronyms

 

About the Authors

 

Roberto Guida is Associate Professor of Economics at the International University of Rome. He has a Ph.D from Università Parthenope. He studied at LUISS University of Rome where he got a M.Sc. Degree in Economics and was Reaserch fellow. He has been Director of the Advanced Studies High School at International University of Rome. He has published in international refereed journals in the _elds of Corporate Finance, Banking and Financial Intermediation.

 

Rainer Masera is Dean of the School of Business and Professor of Political Economy at the Guglielmo Marconi University in Rome. He has a Doctorate in Statistics from Rome University Sapienza and a D. Phil in Economics from Oxford University. He served as technical Minister for the Budget and Economic Planning in the Dini Government and was one of the 5 “Wise Men” for the review of the “Lamfalussy” process (IIMG) and a Member of the High Level Group of the European Commission on Financial Supervision in the EU (Group de Larosière). He has published many articles and books in the fields of Banking and Financial Intermediation/Regulation