Measuring Compensation from Credit Reporting Damage: A Comparison of Islamic, Saudi, and American Law in Light of Credit Information Reporting Acts
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Jin, Yi; Temzelides, T. (ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE, 2004-01)We study the coexistence of monetary and credit transactions in a model where exchange is decentralized. Agents belong to different locations which are informationally separated. The equilibrium mix of monetary and credit ...
Drahozal, Christopher R.; Rutledge, Peter B. (2011-07-06)This paper uses a newly available database of consumer credit card agreements to take the first, in-depth empirical look at why credit card issuers use arbitration clauses. Based on a sample of credit card agreements made ...