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Finance and Growth: Institutional Considerations, Financial Policies and Causality

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  • Philip Arestis

    (University of East London)

  • Panicos Demetriades

    (South Bank University)

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Authors in this article suggest that country specific institutional factors and policies are likely to influence the causal nature of the relationship between financial development and economic growth. Authors conduct cointegration and causality tests using time series data for twelve representative countries. The empirical results show considerable variation of causality across countries which can be explained by institutional and policy differences, providing support to the main hypothesis.

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Article provided by Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb in its journal Zagreb International Review of Economics and Business.

Volume (Year): 2 (1999)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
Pages: 37-62

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Handle: RePEc:zag:zirebs:v:2:y:1999:i:1:p:37-62

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Keywords: financial development; economic growth; causality; financial system;

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  1. Ang, James B. & McKibbin, Warwick J., 2007. "Financial liberalization, financial sector development and growth: Evidence from Malaysia," Journal of Development Economics, Elsevier, vol. 84(1), pages 215-233, September.
  2. Mohamed Osman Suliman & Mahmoud Sami Nabi, 2008. "The Institutional Environment and the Banking - Growth Nexus: Theory and Investigation for MENA," Working Papers 392, Economic Research Forum, revised Apr 2008.

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