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Développement financier, flux financiers et croissance économique

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  • Florent DEISTING

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  • Farid MAKHLOUF

    (Groupe ESC Pau)

  • Groupe ESC Pau

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  • Adil NAAMANE

    (Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour, France Université Caadi Ayad de Marrakech, Maroc)

Abstract

Dans ce papier, nous analysons la relation empirique entre le développement financier mesuré par les crédits et la croissance économique au Maroc, et les canaux de transmission entre les deux varia les. Nous avons appliqué le Modèle VAR pour des données annuelles (1975-2010) nous avons trouvé qu’un choc positif de développement financier favorise la croissance économique et cet effet passe plutôt par les transferts de fonds des migrants et les échanges commerciaux.

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  • Florent DEISTING & Farid MAKHLOUF & Groupe ESC Pau & Adil NAAMANE, 2011. "Développement financier, flux financiers et croissance économique," Working Papers 1504, Groupe ESC Pau, Research Department, revised Dec 2011.
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