Stock Markets, Banks, and Economic Growth / Ross Levine Levine, Ross

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Levine, Ross
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American Economic Review
Stock exchanges.; Economics; Economic development -- Analysis
An analysis of stock market effects on economic development reveals that stock market liquidity and banking development positively predict growth, capital accumulation and improvements in productivity. Moreover, control for economic and political factors does not affect results when factors are entered in regressions and that stock market size, volatility and international integration are not robustly linked with growth.
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