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Further publications: Jarko Fidrmuc (9 hits)

Using the Austrian Business Survey between 2011 and 2016, we study how firms' individual credit market experiences influence their beliefs about the bank lending policy. Firms that have recently experienced a loan rejection are more likely to believe that the lending policy is restrictive. We see similar effects for firms that were granted loans, but with conditions worse than anticipated. Exploiting the panel structure shows that firms without recent credit market experience are less likely to change their beliefs, which converge towards the middle category. Our findings are in line with theories of rational inattention and with asymmetric experience effects.
Book chapters, contributions to collected volumes, Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2009
in: Lubor Lacina, Jarko Fidrmuc, Antonin Rusek (Eds.), Economic Performance of European Union: Issues, Trends and Policies
Book chapters, contributions to collected volumes, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2008, pp.3-22,
Monetarny model vymenneho kurzu slovenskej koruny (Monetary Model of Exchange Rate of the Slovak Koruna (with English summary))
Institute of Economic Research SAS, Journal of Economics, 2004, 52, (8), pp.915-928,
Online since: 30.11.2015 0:00
MOCT-MOST: Economic Policy in Transitional Economies, 2001, 11, (1), pp.45-67,
Online since: 12.01.2016 0:00
Peter Huber, Jarko Fidrmuc, Christian Helmenstein
in: G. Cook (Ed.), The Economics and Politics of International Trade – Freedom and Trade: Volume II
Books, Routledge, London–New York, 1998