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Financial liberalization and its implications for the domestic financial system

L. A. Kasekende

Financial liberalization and its implications for the domestic financial system

the case of Uganda

by L. A. Kasekende

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Published by African Economic Research Consortium in Nairobi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Uganda.
    • Subjects:
    • Finance -- Uganda,
    • Banks and banking -- Uganda,
    • Banks and banking -- Deregulation -- Uganda

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Louis A. Kasekende.
      SeriesAERC research paper ;, 128
      ContributionsAtingi, Michael.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC800.A1 A342 no. 128
      The Physical Object
      Pagination51 p. ;
      Number of Pages51
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3737771M
      ISBN 109966944087
      LC Control Number2003405777

      The financial system in any economy occupies an outstanding position in channeling the necessary funds to boost the economic growth. In this context, a critical debate had been launched in an attempt to reveal the mechanism of developing the. Abstract. This chapter examines the channels of influence on poverty of financial liberalization policies. Financial development and its effects on the economic development of a country has recently been one of the most prolific areas of research in the fields of development, finance and international by:

      domestic financial and capital account liberalization. Section IV presents some empirical findings on whether the financial services trade liberalization commitments promote bank loans to emerging market economies. Section V discusses implications for policy. II. . Highlights Financial liberalization is influenced by interacting political variables. The findings challenge Abiad and Mody using the same dataset updated to Underlying political legitimacy variables also shape policy on financial openness. The findings have implications for Cited by:

      INTRODUCTION TO THE LITERATURE. The McKinnon and Shaw publication of what was dubbed “Financial Repression” in , triggered off a global scholarly debate over financial liberalization and the widespread policy implications among governments in the developed world, and perhaps even most crucially for the developed countries. The lifting of restrictions on the global capital transactions. 2. Domestic policy -- and especially the strength of the financial system -- is critical. In Asia, although country circumstances varied, the crisis reflected to a major extent fundamental structural problems, financial sector weakness and poor corporate governance. While crises may happen even when the financial system is4/4(1).


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