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SCOPUS 학술저널

Financialization, Financial Globalization, and Investment - Panel Cointegration Results Using OECD Data

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This study analyzes the long-term effects of financialization and financial development on investment and growth by using data of OECD countries since the 1970s. The panel cointegration approach is adopted to investigate the long-run effects of these variables. Estimation results show evidence of cointegration among financial globalization, investment, and growth in the long run. Group means fully modified ordinary least squares results show that financial globalization is negatively correlated with private investment for fixed capital. Meanwhile, results of the panel vector errorcorrection model reveal a unilateral Granger causality from financial globalization to private investment. An inverted U-shape relationship between the new measure of financial development and investment or growth is also estimated similar to that found in recent literature.

I. Introduction

II. Financialization, financial globalization, and investment

III. Data and estimation method

IV. Estimation results

V. Robustness checks

VI. Conclusion

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