Access to credit, with its multiple implications in terms of financial and social inclusion (the latter especially when consumers are involved), has been subject to important interventions at the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. The paper examines the impact of these ‘emergency’ measures on the existing framework of private law regulating loans and the opposition of interests which follow from the adoption of these policies. It also evaluates more in general the role of financial institutions as actors, often on behalf of the State, in the governance of emergency situations.

Vardi, N. (2021). Health Crisis, Emergency Legislation, and Access to Credit: A Few Observations. ROMA TRE LAW REVIEW(2-2021), 35-48 [10.13134/2704-9043/2-2021/2].

Health Crisis, Emergency Legislation, and Access to Credit: A Few Observations.

noah vardi
2021

Abstract

Access to credit, with its multiple implications in terms of financial and social inclusion (the latter especially when consumers are involved), has been subject to important interventions at the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. The paper examines the impact of these ‘emergency’ measures on the existing framework of private law regulating loans and the opposition of interests which follow from the adoption of these policies. It also evaluates more in general the role of financial institutions as actors, often on behalf of the State, in the governance of emergency situations.
Vardi, N. (2021). Health Crisis, Emergency Legislation, and Access to Credit: A Few Observations. ROMA TRE LAW REVIEW(2-2021), 35-48 [10.13134/2704-9043/2-2021/2].
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