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POLICY BURDENS OF DEVELOPMENT BANKS: EVIDENCE FROM INDONESIA

Hasan Almutahar, Muhammad Agung Prabowo, Tulus Haryono, Asri Laksmi Riani, Irwan Trinugroho

DOI: 10.22495/cocv12i4c1p5

Abstract

We take the social or development perspective of government banks on the Indonesian regional development banks. We find that those banks have more employee burden and small scale loans burden than other banks. Excessive employment in the regional development banks is positively associated with the degree of poverty in their regions and negatively related to the regional economic capacity. In the regions with high degree of poverty, those banks have to channel excessive small scale loans.

Keywords: Regional Development Banks, Policy Burdens, Employee Burden, Small-Scale Loans, Regional Economic

How to cite this paper: Almutahar, H., Prabowo, M. A., Haryono, T., Riani, A. L., & Trinugroho, I. (2015). Policy burdens of development banks: evidence from Indonesia. Corporate Ownership & Control, 12(4-1), 217-220. doi:10.22495/cocv12i4c1p5

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