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    Title: 通貨膨脹對金融發展影響之長期與短期分析
    Other Titles: The long-and short-run relationship between financial development and inflation
    Authors: 邱奕盛;Chiu, I-sheng
    Contributors: 淡江大學經濟學系碩士班
    林淑琴;Lin, Shu-chin
    Keywords: 通貨膨脹;金融發展;PMG估計方法;Inflation;Financial Development;Pooled mean group Estimation
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 02:12:42 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 以往在探討通貨膨脹對金融發展的影響較著重於長期的分析上,短期間是否存在著差異性則並未做深入的研究,因此本文特別針對通貨膨脹對金融發展影響的長期與短期效果進行分析,以銀行的發展為實證研究對象,利用PMG(Pooled Mean Group)估計方法進行計量分析。得到以下結論:
    This study examines the short-and long-run effects of inflation on financial development, with special emphasis on banking sector development. Applying the Pooled Mean Group (PMG) estimation to a panel data consisting of 80 countries over the period 1960~2004, some interesting results emerge.
    First, in general, inflation and financial development are cointegrated. And, inflation tends to have negative long-run effects but positive short-run effect on financial development.
    Second, when segregating the sample into the high-, middle- and low-income subsample, the positive long-run and negative short-run impacts of inflation are found to hold for the low-income countries.
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