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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 7 / 2012 (572)

A regional analysis of the effects generated by the economic crisis and its impact on the outstanding loan portfolio in Romania

Alina BRĂTUCU (LUCA)
Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies
Ioana BÎLBÎE
Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

Abstract. Known as the biggest crises since the Great Depression, the actual global crisis has modified the economical structures of many countries and a vicious circle of tightening credit, has reduced demand and rapid job cuts occurred. In Romania, the situation evolved with rapidity based on a series of snow-ball effects and the economy suffered severe damages in terms of intensive growth and sustainability. The lending activity was seriously damaged and many people got in a difficult situation with no jobs and with higher interest rates on loans.

For a better understanding of the economic crisis phenomena consequences in Romania, we will try to emphasize the main implications of the influences of unemployment and medium net wages on the banking activity using a regional econometric model for panel data.

Keywords: regional economy; banking sector; unemployment; loans arrears; wages.

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