The Impact of Financial Development on Corporate Performance: Theory and Evidence
Thu-Trang Thi Doan and
Toan Ngoc Bui
International Journal of Financial Research, 2021, vol. 12, issue 1, 214-219
This paper investigates the impact of financial development on corporate performance. Particularly, financial development is approximated by the parallel development of the banking system and stock market, which is expected to demonstrate the multidimensional nature in financial development. Specially, we consider the influence of financial development on corporate performance by exploring the theoretical and empirical works, a novel way of approaching the problem. We analyse the data of logistics sector and financial development in Vietnam, an economy whose logistics sector is relatively limited and financial development is quite fledging, but has enormous potential. Therefore, this study is expected to identify a number of unprecedented findings. The Generalized Method of Moment (GMM) is chosen for the analysis to ensure the reliable results. We successfully find that the banking system plays an essential role in enhancing corporate performance while the stock market does not perform this role. Admittedly, this is an interesting finding which brings the novelty of this study.
Keywords: corporate performance; domestic credit; financial development; stock market; Vietnam (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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