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While the law finance growth nexus applies to the State Sector and the Listed Sector, with arguably poorer applicable legal and financial mechanisms, the Private Sector grows much faster than the others and provides most of the economy s growth. The authors are responsible for all remaining errors. Corresponding author. All rights reserved. Allen et al.
Over the past several decades, a great number of scholars have devoted themselves to exploring the determinants of economic growth and to providing alternative theories on potential sources of cross-country income differences. Numerous variables, such as capital accumulation, technological progress, productivity, policy choice, the political structure, the legal system and even geography have been studied on both the theoretical level and the empirical level. The proposition that institutions matter seems to have garnered the most support and thereby has become a consensus among scholars, advisors, and even international agencies. In addition, compared with informal institutions norms for example , which can only operate effectively under a certain range of conditions such as repeated interaction, sufficient information, and small-scale group, legal institutions administered by the state are acknowledged to exert greater influence on economic performance in the modern economy. Since the s, the interaction between law and economic outcomes has been studied extensively within the discipline of law and economics. Law and economics assume that rational individuals view legal sanctions as implicit prices for certain kinds of activity and perform the sanctioned activities only when the expected benefits of the activities exceed the prices expected costs. Ceteris paribus , the higher the costs of sanctioned activities, the less likely people are to commit them.
Simplice A. This paper proposes and empirically validates four theories of why legal origin influences growth and welfare through finance. We find only partial support for the Mundell , La Porta et al. While countries with English legal tradition have legal systems that improve financial depth, activity and size, countries with French legal origin overwhelmingly dominate in financial intermediary allocation efficiency. Countries with Portuguese legal origin fall in-between. Agbor, J. Allen, F.
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PDF | China is an important counterexample to the findings in the law, institutions, finance, and growth literature: Neither its legal nor financial.
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BEIJING, March 8 Reuters - China will put financial institution bankruptcy laws on its legislative agenda for the first time, according to a report by the top legislative body released on Monday. The absence of a legal bankruptcy framework for Chinese financial institutions has prevented technically insolvent firms from exiting the market effectively. A slew of laws will be revised including the Enterprise Bankruptcy Law in the five-year legislative programme, said the report, signed off by Li Zhanshu, chairman of the standing committee of the National People's Congress, or parliament. Among proposals submitted by NPC delegates this year, 11 mentioned the revision of the Enterprise Bankruptcy Law to allow specific individual bankruptcy and financial institution bankruptcy laws, according to the report. Without such laws to deal with troubled banks or other financial institutions, "bad apples" will keep hindering market efficiency, Guo said in a written reply to Reuters questions. In recent years, China's central bank as well as its financial regulators have taken over a number of financial institutions including brokerages, trusts and lenders due to poor governance and the credit risks they contained. In a high-level takeover, the authorities seized control of troubled regional lender Baoshang Bank in and allowed it to declare bankruptcy a year later.
Forthcoming, Journal of Financial Economics. Abstract. China is an important counterexample to the findings in the law, institutions, finance, and growth.
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