Do both demand-following and supply-leading theories hold true in developing countries?
Sheung Chi Chow,
João Paulo Vieito and
Wing-Keung Wong ()
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 2019, vol. 513, issue C, 536-554
To overcome the limitations of the traditional approach which uses linear causality to examine whether the supply-leading and demand-following theories hold. As certain countries will be found not to follow the theory by using the traditional approach, this paper first suggests using all the proxies of financial development and economic growth as well as both multivariate and bivariate linear and nonlinear causality tests to analyze the relationship between financial development and economic growth. The multivariate nonlinear test not only takes into consideration both dependent and joint effects among variables, but is also able to detect a multivariate nonlinear deterministic process that cannot be detected by using any linear causality test. We find five more countries in which the supply-leading hypothesis and/or demand-following hypothesis hold true than with the traditional approach. However, there is still one country, Pakistan, for which no linear or nonlinear causality is found between its financial development and economic growth.
Keywords: Financial development; Economic growth; Cointegration; Linear causality; Nonlinear causality; Developing countries; Supply-leading hypothesis; Demand-following theory (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: G20 O40 C12 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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