The Impact of Economic Reforms on Growth: A Case Study of Bangladesh
Bashar, Omar K. M. R., Khan, Habibullah, The Journal of Developing Areas
This study makes a brief assessment of the consequences of economic reforms that included a series of liberalization measures on Bangladesh's growth process by analyzing the 1974-2007 data with the help of cointegration, error correction, and Granger causality tests. The results suggest that long-run economic growth in Bangladesh is largely explained by investments in both physical and human capital, trade openness, and financial as well as capital account liberalization. While the causality runs in both ways between capital account liberalization and economic growth, it runs only in one direction from physical capital and financial liberalization to economic growth in the …
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Publication information: Article title: The Impact of Economic Reforms on Growth: A Case Study of Bangladesh. Contributors: Bashar, Omar K. M. R. - Author, Khan, Habibullah - Author. Journal title: The Journal of Developing Areas. Volume: 46. Issue: 2 Publication date: Fall 2012. Page number: 125+. © Journal of Developing Areas Fall 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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