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Gouvernance, Finance islamique et Croissance Economique dans Quelques Nations Islamiques


  • Abderraouf Ben Ahmed Mtiraoui

    (Université de Sousse)


The object of this article is to study, first of all, the relation between the Islamic finance and the economic growth. Secondly, we develop a review of the literature which highlights the nature of relation between the financial development and the economic growth and also the nature of the articulation between the governance as the quality indicator of governance and the economic growth while taking into account the role of the Islamic finance, as catalyst of economic growth in the orientation of the investments and the public spending and which makes more effective the action of governance. Lastly, we try empirically to discover the direct and indirect effects of the Islamic finance and the governance on the economic growth and consequently the relation enters the Islamic financial development measured by the bank credits of the private sector divided by the GDP and the governance on the economic growth. Our empirical try is based on a method of estimation used to know the model in simultaneous equations for our region of study MENA and the Asia Pacific during well determined period.

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  • Abderraouf Ben Ahmed Mtiraoui, 2020. "Gouvernance, Finance islamique et Croissance Economique dans Quelques Nations Islamiques," Working Papers hal-02523656, HAL.
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    Finance Islamique; Croissance économique and Modèles à équations simultanées J; Gouvernance;
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