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Impact of Financial Crises on Growth and Investment : An Analysis of Panel Data

  title={Impact of Financial Crises on Growth and Investment : An Analysis of Panel Data},
  author={Majdi Ksantini and Younes Boujelbene},
This paper examines the impact of financial crises on GDP growth and investment. These relationships are analyzed through a dynamic panel model. The model also includes control variables that may explain variations in growth and investment. Our panel consists of twenty-five countries and the study period lasted from 1998 to 2009. This period can follow the changes in growth and investment over the last decade and make us understand the impact of financial crisis on them. The main results show… 

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