Does too much finance harm economic growth ?

@inproceedings{Law2013DoesTM,
  title={Does too much finance harm economic growth ?},
  author={Siong Hook Law},
  year={2013}
}
This study provides new evidence on the relationship between finance and economic growth using an innovative dynamic panel threshold technique. The sample consists of 87 developed and developing countries. The empirical results indicate that there is a threshold effect in the finance–growth relationship. In particular, we find that the level of financial development is beneficial to growth only up to a certain threshold; beyond the threshold level further development of finance tends to… CONTINUE READING
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