Keep Walking? Geographical Proximity, Religion, and Relationship Banking



Keep walking? Geographical proximity, religion, and relationship banking
Beck, Thorsten; Ongena, Steven; Şendeniz Yüncü, İlkay (Elsevier BV, 2019-04-01)
We investigate the geographical proximity of firms to their relationship banks. We find that Islamic banks are more remote to their borrowers. We also find that the probability for a firm to connect to a bank substantially decreases in distance, but that the choice along bank characteristics determines how potent distance is in its impact. If the bank in the vicinity is an Islamic bank, distance plays a more muted role, especially in cities with a high conservative party vote and higher trust in religious i...
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İ. Şendeniz Yüncü, “Keep Walking? Geographical Proximity, Religion, and Relationship Banking,” 2016, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: