Financial Structure, Investment and Growth in OECD Countries
This paper examines investment behavior at the aggregate level, for a panel of 24 OECD countries over the period 1964-92. Defining two groups of countries as having German-type or Anglo-Saxon type financial systems, we estimate cross section time series panel relationships for each group of countries between investment, bank credit and stock market valuation.
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