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1 106/1 財金系 黃河泉 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Level, structure, and volatility of financial development and inflation targeting. , [106-1] :Level, structure, and volatility of financial development and inflation targeting.期刊論文Level, structure, and volatility of financial development and inflation targeting.Ho-Chuan (River) Huang; Chih-Chuan YehJournal of Empirical Finance 44, p.108–124.en國外SSCI;否NLD
2 103/2 經濟系 林淑琴 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Financial Development and the FDI-Inequality Nexus , [103-2] :Financial Development and the FDI-Inequality Nexus期刊論文Financial Development and the FDI-Inequality NexusLin, Shu-Chin; Kim, Dong-Hyeon; Lee, Yi-HueyContemporary Economic Policy 33(3), p.513-534This article empirically investigates whether the link between foreign direct investment (FDI) and income inequality varies with financial development. Using a smooth transition regression model to a panel of developing and advanced countries over the period of 1976–2005, the results indicate that financial development indeed defines the relationship between FDI and inequality. FDI raises income inequality and the effect becomes stronger in magnitude with financial sophistication. The results also indicate a large variation in the FDI effect across countries and over time, contingent on financial development. (JEL C23, F40, O15)en_US國外SSCI;否USA
3 101/1 產經系 林佩蒨 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Banking Industry Volatility and Growth , [101-1] :Banking Industry Volatility and Growth期刊論文Banking Industry Volatility and GrowthLin, Pei-chien; Huang, Ho-chuan(River)1873-152X;淡江大學產業經濟學系; 淡江大學財務金融學系Amsterdam: Elsevier BV * North-HollandJournal of Macroeconomics 34(4), pp.1007–1019In this paper, we provide evidence that banking industry volatility may exert a negative impact on growth in a more economically integrated world. By applying the augmented difference-in-difference framework of Rajan and Zingales (1998) to the cross-country cross-industry data developed by Ciccone and Papaioannou (2009), complemented by the Financial Development and Structure database of Beck et al. (2010), we show that over the 1980–1999 period the banking sector volatility, measured as the standard deviation of
 the growth of private credit, has a negative impact on the growth of industries that are
 more externally financially dependent, and this finding is robust to various sensitivity
 tests. However, the detrimental growth effect
4 101/1 財金系 黃河泉 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Banking Industry Volatility and Growth , [101-1] :Banking Industry Volatility and Growth期刊論文Banking Industry Volatility and GrowthLin, Pei-chien; Huang, Ho-chuan(River)1873-152X;淡江大學產業經濟學系; 淡江大學財務金融學系Amsterdam: Elsevier BV * North-HollandJournal of Macroeconomics 34(4), pp.1007–1019In this paper, we provide evidence that banking industry volatility may exert a negative impact on growth in a more economically integrated world. By applying the augmented difference-in-difference framework of Rajan and Zingales (1998) to the cross-country cross-industry data developed by Ciccone and Papaioannou (2009), complemented by the Financial Development and Structure database of Beck et al. (2010), we show that over the 1980–1999 period the banking sector volatility, measured as the standard deviation of
 the growth of private credit, has a negative impact on the growth of industries that are
 more externally financially dependent, and this finding is robust to various sensitivity
 tests. However, the detrimental growth effect
5 99/2 經濟系 林淑琴 教授 期刊論文 發佈 The simultaneous evolution of economic growth, financial development, and trade openness , [99-2] :The simultaneous evolution of economic growth, financial development, and trade openness期刊論文The simultaneous evolution of economic growth, financial development, and trade opennessKim, Dong-hyeon; Lin, Shu-chin; Suen, Yu-bo淡江大學經濟學系economic growth; financial development; trade openness; identification through heteroskedasticity; C33; G21; O16Abingdon: RoutledgeThe Journal of International Trade & Economic Development 21(4), pp.513-537This article empirically investigates the interactions among economic growth, financial development, and trade openness through simultaneous equation systems. The identification and estimation of the systems rely on the methodology of identification through heteroskedasticity. The empirical results show that each of the three variables interacts in important ways. When controlling for the reverse causation, trade promotes economic growth in high-income, low-inflation, and nonagricultural countries but has a negative impact on growth in countries with th
6 98/1 經濟系 林淑琴 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Inflation and the finance-growth nexus , [98-1] :Inflation and the finance-growth nexus期刊論文Inflation and the finance-growth nexusHuang, Ho-chuan; Lin, Shu-chin; Kim, Dong-Hyeon; Yeh, Chih-chuan淡江大學財務金融學系; 淡江大學經濟學系Financial development; Economic growth; Threshold regression; Instrumental variable; InflationAmsterdam: Elsevier BV * North-HollandEconomic Modelling 27(1), pp.229-236This paper re-investigates whether there exist inflation thresholds in the finance–growth linkage. By applying the Caner and Hansen's (2004) instrumental-variable threshold regression approach to the dataset of Levine et al. (2000), we find strong evidence of a nonlinear inflation threshold in the relationship, below which financial development exerts a significantly positive effect on economic growth, while, above which, the growth effect of finance appears to be insignificant. Furthermore, we also find a positive and significant relationship between finance and productivity for inflation rates below the threshold level, but no such relationship is detected f
7 102/1 財金系 黃河泉 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Does Financial Development Volatility Affect Industrial Growth Volatility? , [102-1] :Does Financial Development Volatility Affect Industrial Growth Volatility?期刊論文Does Financial Development Volatility Affect Industrial Growth Volatility?Huang, H. C., Fang, W. S. and Miller, S.財務金融學系暨研究所Financial development;Financial volatility;Industrial growth volatilityInternational Review of Economics and Finance, 29, 307-320.This paper investigates whether volatility of financial development plays a role in determining industrial growth volatility. Three key findings emerge. First, overwhelming evidence supports the view that more volatile financial development raises the industrial volatility in sectors that rely more on external liquidity. Second, the positive effect of financial volatility on industrial volatility mainly works through the increase in fluctuations of the growth of real value added per firm and the number of firms, with the former effect more prominent. Third, both the volatilities of the banking sector and the stock market positively associate with higher in
8 102/2 財金系 黃河泉 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Banking market structure, liquidity needs, and industrial growth volatility , [102-2] :Banking market structure, liquidity needs, and industrial growth volatility期刊論文Banking market structure, liquidity needs, and industrial growth volatilityHuang, Ho-Chuan (River), Fang, WenShwo, Miller, Stephen M.財務金融學系暨研究所Bank concentration;External liquidity;Financial development;Industrial growth volatilityJournal of Empirical Finance 26, pp.1-12While the existing literature acknowledges the effect of banking structure on industrial growth as well as the effect of financial development on industrial growth and its volatility, we examine whether banking structure, given financial development, exerts any nontrivial effect on industrial growth volatility. We show that bank concentration magnifies industrial growth volatility, but reduces the volatility in sectors with higher external liquidity needs. The reduction in industrial growth volatility mostly reflects the smoothing in the volatility of real value added per firm growth. A variety of sensitivity checks show that our findings re
9 100/1 經濟系 林淑琴 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Nonlinearity in the financial development-income inequality nexus , [100-1] :Nonlinearity in the financial development-income inequality nexus期刊論文Nonlinearity in the financial development-income inequality nexusKim, Dong-Hyeon; Lin, Shu-Chin; Suen, Yu-Bo淡江大學經濟學系Waltham: Academic PressJournal of Comparative Economics 39(3), pp.310-325The majority of theoretical studies on the relationship between income inequality and financial development argue that financial deepening might be a feasible instrument for improving income distribution. This paper finds that the prediction crucially depends on the stages of financial development that the country is undergoing. The benefits of financial depth only occur if the country has reached a threshold level of financial development. Below this critical value, financial development counteracts income inequality. Our policy implication is that a minimum level of financial development is a necessary precondition for achieving reduction in income inequality through financial development.tp_sn: 438241;tku_id: 000105030@@dds
10 100/1 經濟系 林淑琴 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Interactions between financial development and trade openness , [100-1] :Interactions between financial development and trade openness期刊論文Interactions between financial development and trade opennessKim, Dong-Hyeon; Lin, Shu-Chin; Suen, Yu-Bo淡江大學經濟學系Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.Scottish Journal of Political Economy 58(4), pp.567-588This paper empirically investigates the interaction between financial development and trade openness through simultaneous-equation systems. The identification and estimation of the systems rely on the methodology of identification through heteroskedasticity proposed by Rigobon (2003). Using a panel consisting of 70 countries over the period 1960–2007, we find a two-way causal relationship between financial development and trade openness. A better-developed financial sector induces higher openness to trade, while higher openness in goods market stymies financial development. And such findings hold well for low-income, high-inflation, or low-governance countries.tp_sn: 438240;tku_id: 000105030;Made availab
11 101/2 歐洲所 陳麗娟 教授 期刊論文 發佈 G20金融發展與歐盟金融體系相互影響之研究 , [101-2] :G20金融發展與歐盟金融體系相互影響之研究期刊論文G20金融發展與歐盟金融體系相互影響之研究The Study on the Interaction between the G20’s Financial Development and the EU’s Financial System陳麗娟淡江大學歐洲研究所G20; 歐洲聯盟; 歐元區; 金融體系; 歐洲金融監督體系; G20; European Union、Euro Area; Financial System; European Financial System台北市:元照出版有限公司月旦法學新論 42,頁1-27G20金融高峰會議(下稱「G20」)是由重要的工業先進國家與新興工業國家的開發中國家成立於一九九九年,以定期共同討論全球經濟的高峰會議,也是目前最重要的金融穩定對話機制,尤其是二○○八年全球金融風暴後,更是凸顯了G20在全球經濟治理的重要性。歐盟在二○○二年一月一日正式啟用歐元,雖然目前只有十七個會員國隸屬於歐元區以歐元做為法定支付工具,但歐盟亦為G20的正式成員,而歐元已經成為IMF的特別提款權(SDR)的儲備貨幣(美元、歐元、英鎊、日圓)之一。除歐盟外,法國、德國、英國與義大利為G20的創始成員,二○一一年法國為G20的輪值主席國,同年十一月在法國坎城召開G20的高峰會議。本論文將檢視G20金融高峰會議的發展背景、歷史演進,並將研究著重於探討分析二○○八年金融風暴以來,為穩定歐元區的金融體系,歐盟在G20的架構下,著手改革歐洲金融體系,特別是形成一個單一的歐洲金融監督體系。由於G20已經成為一個定期舉行的全球財經論壇,因此本論文只論及至坎城高峰會議的決議,特別是對於歐元區的金融體系建構進行深入的研究。本論文最主要的研究目的,在於探究全球化的金融體系中G20跨國的發展對於歐元區的外在影響,以便國內對於歐元區的金融體系在全球化的潮流中有更進一步的認識。tku_id: 000098274;Submitted by 麗娟 陳 (chen0909@mail.tku.edu.tw) on 2014-04-14T01:13:26Z No. of bitstreams: 0;Made available in DSpace on 2014-04-14T01:13:27Z (GMT).
12 99/1 經濟系 林淑琴 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Financial Development on Growth Convergence , [99-1] :Financial Development on Growth Convergence期刊論文Financial Development on Growth ConvergenceKim, Dong-Hyeon; Huang, Ho-Chuan; Lin, Shu-Chin; Yeh, Chih-Chuan淡江大學財務金融學系; 淡江大學經濟學系Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.Scottish Journal of Political Economy 57(4), pp.493-514This paper investigates whether the impacts of financial development on growth convergence vary with the stage of real development. We implement this analysis through the instrumental variable threshold regression approach proposed by Caner and Hansen. Our empirical evidence shows that financial intermediary development leads to long-run convergence in growth of both economic activity and productivity. Moreover, such convergence-enhancing effects of financial intermediation are stronger for less-developed countries than for the more industrialized. In addition, the data reveal that stock market development assists growth convergence only in low-income countries.2014-03-28 補正完成 by 宏孟;20130729 已補正 by 惠縈;tku_i
13 102/2 財金系 黃河泉 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Banking market structure, liquidity needs, and industrial growth volatility , [102-2] :Banking market structure, liquidity needs, and industrial growth volatility期刊論文Banking market structure, liquidity needs, and industrial growth volatilityHuang, Ho-Chuan (River); Fang, WenShwo; Miller, Stephen M.淡江大學財務金融學系Bank concentration; External liquidity; Financial development; Industrial growth volatilityAmsterdam: Elsevier BV * North-HollandJournal of Empirical Finance 26, pp.1-14While the existing literature acknowledges the effect of banking structure on industrial growth as well as the effect of financial development on industrial growth and its volatility, we examine whether banking structure, given financial development, exerts any nontrivial effect on industrial growth volatility. We show that bank concentration magnifies industrial growth volatility, but reduces the volatility in sectors with higher external liquidity needs. The reduction in industrial growth volatility mostly reflects the smoothing in the volatility of real value added per firm growth. A variety of sens
14 101/2 財金系 陳玉瓏 副教授 期刊論文 發佈 Trade Openness and Finance: Effects of Foreign Trade with China on Latin American Financial Development , [101-2] :Trade Openness and Finance: Effects of Foreign Trade with China on Latin American Financial Development期刊論文Trade Openness and Finance: Effects of Foreign Trade with China on Latin American Financial DevelopmentChen, Yu-Lung; Emile, Etzer S.淡江大學財務金融學系China-Latin America; financial development; foreign trade; pooled mean group estimator; trade opennessArmonk: M.E. Sharpe, Inc.Emerging Markets Finance and Trade 49(S3), pp.110-122Using annual data from seventeen Latin American economies observed over the period 1982-2009 and a heterogeneous panel regression based on the pooled mean group approach of Pesaran et al. (1999), this study provides evidence to support the following findings: (1) the existing trade connection between China and Latin America has had a positive and significant effect on Latin American countries' financial development since the 1990s, (2) trade openness plays a positive role in Latin American economies' financial development, and (3) the economic development of Latin
15 99/1 財金系 黃河泉 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Financial Development on Growth Convergence , [99-1] :Financial Development on Growth Convergence期刊論文Financial Development on Growth ConvergenceKim, Dong-Hyeon; Huang, Ho-Chuan; Lin, Shu-Chin; Yeh, Chih-Chuan淡江大學財務金融學系; 淡江大學經濟學系Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.Scottish Journal of Political Economy 57(4), pp.493-514This paper investigates whether the impacts of financial development on growth convergence vary with the stage of real development. We implement this analysis through the instrumental variable threshold regression approach proposed by Caner and Hansen. Our empirical evidence shows that financial intermediary development leads to long-run convergence in growth of both economic activity and productivity. Moreover, such convergence-enhancing effects of financial intermediation are stronger for less-developed countries than for the more industrialized. In addition, the data reveal that stock market development assists growth convergence only in low-income countries.2014-03-28 補正完成 by 宏孟;20130729 已補正 by 惠縈;tku_i
16 98/1 經濟系 林淑琴 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Are Financial Development and Trade Openness Complements or Substitutes? , [98-1] :Are Financial Development and Trade Openness Complements or Substitutes?期刊論文Are Financial Development and Trade Openness Complements or Substitutes?Kim, Dong-hyeon; Lin, Shu-chin; Suen, Yu-bo淡江大學經濟學系Chattanooga: Southern Economic AssociationSouthern Economic Journal 76(3), pp.827-845100學年度研究獎補助論文This article studies the long- and short-run relationships between financial development and trade openness. Using the pooled mean group estimator of Pesaran, Shin, and Smith (1999) for unbalanced panel data for 87 countries over the 1960-2005 period, our empirical results indicate that long-run complementarity between financial development and trade openness coexists with short-run substitutionarity between the two policy variables. But when splitting the data into OECD and non-OECD country groups, this finding can be observed only in non-OECD countries. For OECD countries, financial development has negligible effects on trade. In addition, we find nonlinearity in the relationship in that long
17 99/2 經濟系 林淑琴 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Nonlinearity between Trade Openness and Economic Development , [99-2] :Nonlinearity between Trade Openness and Economic Development期刊論文Nonlinearity between Trade Openness and Economic DevelopmentKim, Dong-hyeon; Lin, Shu-chin; Suen, Yu-bo淡江大學經濟學系Malden: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.Review of Development Economics 15(2), pp.279-292100學年度研究獎補助論文This paper utilizes the instrumental variable threshold regressions approach to reassess the trade–development link. It finds evidence that trade openness contributes to uneven development. Greater trade openness tends to have beneficial effects on real development of high-income countries. For low-income ones, however, trade openness appears to influence real income in a significant and negative way. The data also reveal that greater trade openness has a positive effect on capital accumulation, productivity growth, and financial development in high-income countries, but a negative impact in low-income ones.tku_id: ; 000105030;Submitted by 曉芬 游 (139570@mail.tku.edu.tw) on 2012-06-14T02:13:40Z
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18 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
19 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
20 98/1 財金系 黃河泉 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Inflation and the finance-growth nexus , [98-1] :Inflation and the finance-growth nexus期刊論文Inflation and the finance-growth nexusHuang, Ho-chuan; Lin, Shu-chin; Kim, Dong-Hyeon; Yeh, Chih-chuan淡江大學財務金融學系; 淡江大學經濟學系Financial development; Economic growth; Threshold regression; Instrumental variable; InflationAmsterdam: Elsevier BV * North-HollandEconomic Modelling 27(1), pp.229-236This paper re-investigates whether there exist inflation thresholds in the finance–growth linkage. By applying the Caner and Hansen's (2004) instrumental-variable threshold regression approach to the dataset of Levine et al. (2000), we find strong evidence of a nonlinear inflation threshold in the relationship, below which financial development exerts a significantly positive effect on economic growth, while, above which, the growth effect of finance appears to be insignificant. Furthermore, we also find a positive and significant relationship between finance and productivity for inflation rates below the threshold level, but no such relationship is detected f
21 98/2 經濟系 林淑琴 教授 期刊論文 發佈 DYNAMIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INFLATION AND FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT , [98-2] :DYNAMIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INFLATION AND FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT期刊論文DYNAMIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INFLATION AND FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENTKim, Dong-hyeon; Lin, Shu-chin淡江大學經濟學系Inflation; Financial Development; Pooled Mean Group EstimatorCambridge: Cambridge University PressMacroeconomic Dynamics 14(3), pp.343-364This paper studies the long- and short-run relationships between inflation and financial development. Applying the Pooled Mean Group estimator of Pesaran, Shin, and Smith (1999, Journal of the American Statistical Association 94, 621–634) to unbalanced panel data for 87 countries over the period 1960–2005, we find that a negative long-run relationship between inflation and financial development coexists with a positive short-run relationship. However, when the data are split into different income or inflation groups, these results can be observed only in low-income or low-inflation economies.2013-09-12 100學年度專任教師研究獎助&補正完成 by 庭瑄;tku_id: ; 000105030;Submitted by 曉芬 游 (1
22 98/1 經濟系 林淑琴 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Dynamic Effects of Trade Openness on Financial Development , [98-1] :Dynamic Effects of Trade Openness on Financial Development期刊論文Dynamic Effects of Trade Openness on Financial DevelopmentKim, Dong-hyeon; Lin, Shu-chin; Suen, Yu-bo淡江大學經濟學系Financial development; Trade openness; Pooled Mean Group estimatorAmsterdam: Elsevier BV * North-HollandEconomic Modelling 27(1), pp. 254-261This paper employs the Pooled Mean Group (PMG) approach of Pesaran et al. (1999) to study the dynamic effects of trade openness on financial development. The advantage of the PMG estimator over other dynamic panel econometric techniques is that it allows short-run coefficients, speeds of adjustment and error variances to vary across countries, with cross-country homogeneity restrictions only on long-run parameters. Our results spanning 88 countries over 1960–2005 show that a positive long-run relationship between trade openness and financial development coexists with a negative short-run relationship. But when splitting the data into different income or inflation groups, this fin
23 95/1 國貿系 吳秀玲 副教授 期刊論文 發佈 The impact of financial development and bank characteristics on the operational performance of commercial banks in the Chinese transitional economy , [95-1] :The impact of financial development and bank characteristics on the operational performance of commercial banks in the Chinese transitional economy期刊論文The impact of financial development and bank characteristics on the operational performance of commercial banks in the Chinese transitional economy吳秀玲; Wu, Hsiu-ling; Chen, Chien-hsun; Shiu, Fang-ying淡江大學國際貿易學系暨國際企業研究所EmeraldJournal of Economic Studies 34(5), pp.401-414tku_id: 000121020;Made available in DSpace on 2009-11-30T10:20:07Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 : 118 bytes, checksum: 3588a59c51abf51c7b9f6f50f3541e04 (MD5)en0144-3585國外否GBR<links><record><name>機構典藏連結</name><url>http://tkuir.lib.tku.edu.tw:8080/dspace/handle/987654321/24394</url></record></links>
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