What Determines Bond Market Development in Sub-Saharan Africa?
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KeywordsExternal debt; Financial institutions; Financial systems; Cross country analysis; Capital markets; Bond markets; Banking sector; Access to capital markets; Public debt; Savings; Investment; Nonbank financial sector; Sub-Saharan Africa; Bond market development; government bonds; corporate bonds; macroeconomic factors; bond; bond market; domestic debt; debt market;
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