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1 97/2 財金系 黃河泉 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Non-linear Finance-Growth Nexus: A Threshold with Instrumental Variable Approach , [97-2] :Non-linear Finance-Growth Nexus: A Threshold with Instrumental Variable Approach期刊論文Non-linear Finance-Growth Nexus: A Threshold with Instrumental Variable ApproachHuang, Ho-Chuan; Lin, Shu-Chin淡江大學財務金融學系; 淡江大學經濟學系Financial development; economic growth; instrumental variable; threshold regressionChichester: The European Bank for Reconstruction and DevelopmentEconomics of Transition 17(3), pp.439-466This paper revisits the question of whether the finance–growth nexus varies with the stages of economic development. Using a novel threshold regression with the instrumental variables approach proposed by Caner and Hansen (2004) to the dataset used in Levine et al. (2000) we detect overwhelming evidence in support of a positive linkage between financial development and economic growth, and this positive effect is larger in the low-income countries than in the high-income ones. The data also reveal that financial development tends to have stronger impacts on capital accumulation and productiv
2 97/2 經濟系 林淑琴 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Non-linear Finance-Growth Nexus: A Threshold with Instrumental Variable Approach , [97-2] :Non-linear Finance-Growth Nexus: A Threshold with Instrumental Variable Approach期刊論文Non-linear Finance-Growth Nexus: A Threshold with Instrumental Variable ApproachHuang, Ho-Chuan; Lin, Shu-Chin淡江大學財務金融學系; 淡江大學經濟學系Financial development; economic growth; instrumental variable; threshold regressionChichester: The European Bank for Reconstruction and DevelopmentEconomics of Transition 17(3), pp.439-466This paper revisits the question of whether the finance–growth nexus varies with the stages of economic development. Using a novel threshold regression with the instrumental variables approach proposed by Caner and Hansen (2004) to the dataset used in Levine et al. (2000) we detect overwhelming evidence in support of a positive linkage between financial development and economic growth, and this positive effect is larger in the low-income countries than in the high-income ones. The data also reveal that financial development tends to have stronger impacts on capital accumulation and productiv
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