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    Title: 金融自由化對於所得分配不均度的影響
    Other Titles: The impact of financial liberalization on income inequality
    Authors: 鄭嘉;Jia, Zheng
    Contributors: 淡江大學產業經濟學系碩士班
    Keywords: 金融自由化;所得分配;Financial Liberalization;Income inequality
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:44:18 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 從1980年代開始,金融自由化的浪潮開始影響許多國家的經濟與金融制度,並且是許多國家在經濟發展上的重要政策與方向,而過去數十年來,所得分配不均、貧富差距擴大的現象也在全球多數國家開始發生,因此有許多學者開始研究金融自由化是否會對於所得分配造成影響。本文使用Pesaran et al.(1999)所提出的混合組群平均數估計式(Pooled Mean Group, PMG)來估計金融自由化對於所得分配不均度的影響效果。研究期間自1973年至2005年,樣本國包含21個已開發國家及36個開發中國家,共57個國家。實證結果顯示:



    Since the 1980s, the waves of financial liberalization have undergone in many countries. Meanwhile, in the past couple decades, income inequality has grown significantly within many countries. For this observation, many scholars began to study and analyze whether financial liberalization has exerted some impacts on income inequality. In this study, we apply the pooled mean group (PMG) estimator of Pesaran et al.(1999) to evaluate the relationship between financial liberalization and income inequality. The stuy is dated from 1973 to 2005 and the sample includes 21 developed countires and 36 developing countries. The primary findings of this study are as follows:

    1.Financial liberalization enlarges income inequality in the long run, for both developed and developing countries.

    2.Human capital improving policy may not be an effective tool to mitigate the influence of financial liberalization on worsening income inequality.

    3.When decomposing the indicators of financial liberalization into bank- liberalization and capital- market- liberalization, we found that in the long-run, both bank liberalization and capital-market liberalization will worsen income inequality, with bank liberalization comparatively having larger influence on income inequality than capital-market liberalization.
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