EFFECTS OF THE ECONOMIC FREEDOMS ON THE ECONOMIC GROWTH: EVIDENCE FROM THE EU AND COMCEC COUNTRIES (1996-2015)
Hali̇l İbrahi̇m Aydin and
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Hali̇l İbrahi̇m Aydin: BATMAN UNIVERSITY, THE FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE, DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
Omer Yalcinkaya: AGRI İBRAHİM CECEN UNIVERSITY, THE FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE, DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
Annals - Economy Series, 2017, vol. 3, 12-25
In this research, the effects of the economic freedoms on the economic growth for EU and COMCEC countries at different development/income level are econometrically analyzed via panel data analysis for the period of 1996-2014 by being considered the improvement of economic growth theories for the key determinants of economic growth. From this aspect, it is aimed at this research that to evaluate the effects of the economic freedoms on the long termed economic growth performances and income level differences of EU and COMCEC countries which have different statuses in terms of economic freedoms and income level indicators. It is determined at the end of the study that the economic freedoms have a positive and statistically significant effect on the economic growth of EU countries in investigation period, on the other hand, these freedoms have not any effect on the economic growth of COMCEC countries. Moreover, the existence of a one-way causality relation operates from economic freedoms to the economic growth in EU countries is specified while there is any causality link found between these freedoms and the economic growth for the countries in COMCEC group. All these results indicate that also the economic freedoms besides the physical human capital accumulation, in other words, whether the EU and COMCEC countries have a market economy adopts outward-oriented liberal fiscal policies plays a major role in differentiating the income levels or the economic growth performances.
Keywords: Economic Growth; Economic Freedoms; Liberal Fiscal Policies; EU and COMCEC; Cross Section Dependence. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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