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Equity Market Liberalization in Emerging Markets

  • Geert Bekaert
  • Campbell R. Harvey
  • Christian T. Lundblad

Equity market liberalizations, if effective, lead to important changes in both the financial and real sectors as the economy becomes integrated into world capital markets. The study of market integration is complicated because one can liberalize in many ways and many countries have taken different routes. To study the effectiveness of particular liberalization policies, the sequencing of liberalizations, and the impact on the real economy, systematic methods must be developed to date the liberalization of emerging equity markets. We provide a synthesis of the current methods and show the impact of liberalization on the real sector. 2003 The Southern Finance Association and the Southwestern Finance Association.

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Volume (Year): 26 (2003)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
Pages: 275-299

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