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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 科技管理學院  > 經濟學系 > 會議論文  >  The Role of Capital Market Efficiency in Long-term Growth: A Quantitative Exploration

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    Title: The Role of Capital Market Efficiency in Long-term Growth: A Quantitative Exploration
    Authors: Shu-shiuan Lu
    教師: 盧姝璇
    Date: 2010
    Publisher: CEANA
    Relation: CEANA,Atlanta,January 2010
    Keywords: Neoclassical
    Efficiency of financial intermediation
    Euler equation wedge
    Abstract: This paper provides a computable neoclassical model with financial intermediation to examine the hypothesis that financial development (i.e., bank efficiency improvement) positively influences growth through mitigating the capital market frictions. The calibrations and counterfactual experiments show that an improvement in bank efficiency enhances long-term welfare and raises output and capital as well as their growth rates in general. However, the growth effect on output depends on the substitutability between firm-owned assets and loans. Therefore, this model quantitatively supports the argument that efficient financial intermediation can (but does not always) exert a positive impact on long-term economic growth.
    URI: http://proj3.sinica.edu.tw/~econ/2010GTD/11/11-1.pdf
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