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Financial Inclusion and Economic growth: An International Evidence

Vo, Duc and Vo, Anh (2019): Financial Inclusion and Economic growth: An International Evidence. Published in: Emerging Markets Finance and Trade (6 December 2019)

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Policies on financial inclusion have attracted great attention from scholars, policymakers, and regulators, as financial inclu- sion has theoretically been acknowledged to have positive effect on economic growth. However, empirical evidence appears limited, especially for emerging markets. This article is conducted to provide a comprehensive insight between financial inclusion and economic growth in emerging markets. First, a multidimensional index is constructed so that a level of financial inclusion can be measured at the international level. Second, based on this newly developed index, the panel econometric technique is utilized to estimate the impact of financial inclusion on economic growth. Our finding supports a positive relationship between financial inclusion and economic growth. A stronger relationship is found for countries with low income and a lower degree of financial inclusion. Policy implications have been emerged that financial inclusion should be implemented for promoting economic growth and development in the emerging markets such as Vietnam

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