2013
DOI: 10.2139/ssrn.2335116
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Citizens vs. Banks - Institutional Drivers of Financial Market Litigiousness in Brazil

Abstract: This article analyzes the institutional drivers of Brazil's alarmingly high levels of litigation between clients and financial institutions. Most of the policy oriented literature that explores that phenomenon discusses the impacts of a perceived debtor-friendly bias of Brazilian courts on generating feedback loops of litigation that further increases interest rates and creates adverse selection within the pool of potential debtors. This literature therefore addresses the way courts behave once disputes reach … Show more

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