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Saving, Lending and Interest Rates: A Critique (of the Model) of Financial Liberalisation in India
Romar Correa Tripati Rao
, 2004, vol. 18, issue 3, pages 289-299
International Review of Applied Economics Abstract:
The case for financial liberalisation is founded on the neoclassical proposition that savings causes investment and that the interest rate tends to move to equate the two. We find little support for this thesis from the experience of India. Alternatively, we suggest that the Post Keynesian approach that includes the liquidity preferences of banks might be a fruitful way to examine the dynamics of an economy in transition.
Keywords: Interest rate liberalisation; banks' liquidity preference (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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