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A note on finance, inflation, and economic growth

  • Daniel Giedeman

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    (Grand Valley State University)

  • Ryan Compton

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    (University of Manitoba)

This paper examines the impact of inflation on the relationship between financial development and economic growth. Using panel-data techniques applied to observations from more than seventy-five countries, we find that the positive effect of financial development on economic growth diminishes as inflation increases.

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Volume (Year): 29 (2009)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
Pages: 749-759

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