|EIB Working Papers 2017/03 – Loan characteristics, Firm Preferences and Investment: Evidence from a unique experiment|
|EIB Working Papers 2017/02 – Credit Guarantee Schemes for SME lending in Western Europe|
|EIB Working Papers 2017/01 – Stabilising virtues of central banks: (re)matching bank liquidity|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/08 – Intangible investment in the EU and US before and since the Great Recession and its contribution to productivity growth|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/05 – Banks Credit and Productivity Growth in the EU|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/04 – Project Finance in Europe: An Overview and Discussion of Key Drivers|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/06 – Financing energy innovation: The role of financing constraints for directed technical change from fossil-fuel to renewable innovation|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/07 – Cross border banking: pull-push effects of parent banks on subsidiaries’ credit extensions|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/03 – Collateral Regimes and Missing Job Creation in the MENA Region|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/02 – International Financial Flows in the New Normal: Key Patterns (and Why We Should Care)|
|EIB Working Papers 2016/01 – Infrastructure Investment in Europe and International Competitiveness|
|EIB Working Papers 2015/01 – Competitiveness of the European economy|
|EIB Working Papers 2013/02 - Private Infrastructure Finance and Investment in Europe|
|EIB Working Papers 2013/01 - Infrastructure Investments in Eastern Neighbours and Central Asia (ENCA)|
|EIB Working Papers 2012/05 - The costs of climate-change adaptation in Europe: a review|
|EIB Working Papers 2012/04 – Green Electricity Investment in Europe: Development Scenarios for Generation and Transmission Investments|
|EIB Working Papers 2012/03 – Choosing the optimal climate change policy in the presence of catastrophic risk|
|EIB Working Papers 2012/02 – The Role of Economic Policy in Climate Change Adaptation|
|EIB Working Papers 2012/01 – Strategic adaptation to climate change in Europe|
This paper uses a unique experiment conducted as part of the EIB Investment Survey (EIBIS).
This report discusses the activity of credit guarantee schemes in Western Europe and presents an analysis based on a novel survey, conducted by the European Investment Bank Group.
In this paper, the authors argue that central banks played a positive role in the money market and interbank liquidity recovery.