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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
The banking system is one of the pillars of every country's economy, whose efficiency or inefficiency can directly and indirectly affect the performance of its economy. The challenges posed by the usury free banking system are the asymmetric information issue between the bank and the facility applicant in partnership agreements. The existence of asymmetric information leads to the adverse selection and moral hazard in the markets. Since the 1970s, asymmetry of information has become one of the key issues in the economy.
The present research is to answer the question; the factors affecting the formation of moral hazard and adverse selection in partnership contracts used in Specialized banks in usury free banking, using a combination of AHP and TOPSIS math’s and using field data (questionnaire) to examine These hypotheses suggest that several factors such as the lack of attention to the customer credit risk score and the lack of incentive and punishment mechanisms for customers is effective on the formation of moral hazard and adverse selection. The results of the research indicate that the abovementioned factors have a greater effect on moral hazard and adverse selection. Supervision and control have the most important effect and widespread use of civic participation contracts has the least importance in moral hazard and adverse selection.