Algumas evidências internacionais sobre a relação entre sistema financeiro e crescimento econômico no domínio da frequência
This paper aims to present causality tests between financial system and economic growth in the frequency domain for Brazil, India, France, Japan, United States and Korea. This approach allows to capture nonlinearities in the direction of the causality from short to longer terms. Indeed the results show variation in causality tests depending on the frequency of the cycles considered. There is evidence of that the financial system is a causal factor for long-term economic growth in Brazil. For developed countries (United States and France) that causality is not as important once controlled by capital accumulation.
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