English, Article edition: The role of population and wealth in international capital flows Ephraim Clark; Octave Jokung

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  • The role of population and wealth in international capital flows
Author
  • Ephraim Clark
  • Octave Jokung
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  • article
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  • Purpose – Seeks to analyze the role of population and wealth in determining capital movements between countries. Design/​methodology/​approach – By applying the Clark-Jokung 50 percent portfolio theorem, considers the specific case of a two country world where the cumulative conditional expected outcome on the asset in one country is greater than or equal to that in the other country. Findings – Specifically, lower population and wealth ratios (poor/​rich) increase net capital flows to the poor country. Originality/​value – So far most of the literature on cross-border capital flows has generally neglected the role of population and underestimated the role of wealth. This study addresses the gaps left by these deficiencies.
  • Capital, Political risk, Risk assessment, Utility theory
  • RePEc:eme:sefpps:v:23:y:2006:i:1:p:4-12
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  • English
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