Financial development , international trade and economic growth : Empirical evidence from Pakistan

@inproceedings{Sarwar2011FinancialD,
  title={Financial development , international trade and economic growth : Empirical evidence from Pakistan},
  author={Masood Sarwar and Muhammad Amir},
  year={2011}
}
The study utilizes the Autoregressive-distributed lag (ARDL) approach for cointegration and Granger causality test, to explore the long run equilibrium relationship and the possible direction of causality between international trade, financial development and economic growth for the Pakistan economy. Imports plus exports of goods and services is used as a proxy for international trade, while broad money (M2) and gross domestic product (GDP) are used as the proxies for financial development and… CONTINUE READING

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