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    Oslo: Norges Bank
    Publication Date: 2020-01-09
    Description: Artikkelen presenterer utviklingen i etterspørsel etter kreditt og kredittpraksis fra norske banker siden 2008, slik de er representert i Norges Banks utlånsundersøkelse. Norske banker har rapportert om en betydelig innstramming i kredittpraksis i denne perioden. Norges Banks utlånsundersøkelse gir innsikt i årsakene til denne innstrammingen og på hvilken måte bankene har endret sine lånebetingelser. Det var en betydelig innstramming i kredittpraksis mot foretakene under finanskrisen i 2008-2009, mens innstrammingen i kredittpraksis mot husholdningene har kommet mer gradvis, og i stor grad som respons på nye krav og reguleringer fra myndighetene. Vi finner at strammere lånebetingelser rettet mot husholdningene har påvirket kredittveksten i denne sektoren.
    Keywords: ddc:330
    Language: Norwegian
    Type: doc-type:report
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    Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), International Transport Forum
    Publication Date: 2015-04-18
    Description: In most industrialised countries, it can be seen that urban mobility and car traffic have stagnated since the early 2000s. In France, the report on traffic conducted by the National Transport Accounts Commission shows a similar break in the trend, which was confirmed by household travel surveys (EMDs) in most major cities, including Lille, Lyon and Strasbourg, and later by the National Transport and Travel Survey (ENTD), which shows that the trend can be attributed primarily to people living in large urban areas and provides an overall view of mobility: trips have become less frequent (with unbroken workdays) and less exclusively taken by car (as more young adults adopt multimodal behaviours), and car ownership is decreasing in the centre of greater Paris, as, for that matter, in the centre of London. Does this levelling-off of traffic suggest that the saturation point is near (with a decoupling of traffic and income trends in the most densely populated areas or above a certain standard of living) or, rather, a cancelling out of opposite trends (continued growth in rural and suburban areas and decline amongst residents of the most densely populated areas)? Is this a structural phenomenon (population ageing, etc.) or a cyclical one linked to rising and volatile fuel prices and the recession? We shall explore these issues in the light of data collected in France, supplemented by selected data from other developed countries, and then move on to a comparison with a number of Mexican cities in order to consider the extent to which, and in what timeframe, these trends could spread southward to the emerging economies.
    Keywords: ddc:330
    Language: French
    Type: doc-type:workingPaper
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    Brasilia: International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG)
    Publication Date: 2019-01-24
    Description: This paper has two main objectives: First, it aims to introduce the reader to the Cadastro Único de Programas Sociais (Cadastro Único), showing its general characteristics and its history. Second, it will investigate the role of the national public bank, Caixa Econômica Federal (CAIXA), responsible for the operation of the Cadastro Único nationwide.
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    Language: French
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