• February 1, 2013
  • Report

The recent introduction of a lending rate ceiling for banks and other financial institutions in Zambia reopened an old debate over the appropriateness of regulatory intervention to limit the charging of rates that are deemed, by policymakers, to be excessively high. This short paper studies the theory behind interest rate caps.


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