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A new paper in the Quarterly Journal of Economics, published by Oxford University Press, finds that a new form of digital technology–essentially preventing people from using an asset for which they have a loan if they don’t make payments, rather than repossessing the asset itself–may be a better way for lenders to secure loans, particularly for loan recipients in developing countries.

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