Although banking crises are costly, common, and heavily researched, there is surprisingly little research on corporate resilience to systemic banking crises. In an earlier paper, we showed that strong shareholder protection laws mitigate the adverse effects of banking crises by easing the ability of firms to issue equity when crises curtail the flow of bank credit to firms. But, other factors might also shape the ability of corporations to obtain financing during systemic banking crises.
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