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Foreign Capital Flows, Banking Stability and the Role of International Trade Cooperation and Distribution an Empirical Analysis from the ASEAN Region

Foreign Capital Flows, Banking Stability and the Role of International Trade Cooperation and Distribution an Empirical Analysis from the ASEAN Region

Purpose: Although foreign capital flows have played a vital role in fostering the economic growth in recipient countries, there are some concerns about the adverse impact of international capital flows on the banking stability. Hence, the study revisits this issue to explore the relationship between the different types of foreign investments and banking stability in ASEAN region. Research design, data and methodology: Based on the bank-level data of 96 commercial banks and country-level in six ASEAN countries from 2008 to 2019, we perform the multivariate regression analysis and provide a variety of robustness tests. Results: Our empirical evidence shows the volatility of foreign portfolio investments has significantly negative effect on the banking stability, besides that of foreign other investments has the similar influence but the result is relatively less pronounced in some robustness tests. Additionally, increasing trade cooperation and international distribution may lead countries to face higher risk of banking instability driven from these international investments. Meanwhile, the impact of foreign direct investments is positive, but the evidence is the least obvious. Conclusions: Our findings suggest policy-makers in ASEAN and emerging nations as a whole should carefully consider when building policies-related to mitigate the adverse impact of foreign capital flows.

1. Introduction

2. Related Literature

3. Data and Variables

4. The Impact of Foreign Capital Flows on Banking Stability

5. The Role of International Trade Cooperation and Distribution

6. Conclusions

References

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