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Impact of banking sector development on insurance market-growth nexus: the study of Eurozone countries

Saurav Dash (), Rudra P. Pradhan (), Rana P. Maradana (), Kunal Gaurav () and Manju Jayakumar ()
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Saurav Dash: Indian Institute of Technology
Rudra P. Pradhan: Indian Institute of Technology
Rana P. Maradana: Thiagarajar School of Management
Kunal Gaurav: Indian Institute of Technology
Manju Jayakumar: Indian Institute of Technology

Empirica, 2020, vol. 47, issue 2, No 1, 205-243

Abstract: Abstract We examine the relationships between the banking sector development, insurance market development and economic growth of the Eurozone countries between 1980 and 2015. Using the vector error correction model, the study shows that in the long run, banking sector development and insurance market development have a significant impact on economic growth of European countries. In the short term, we find both unidirectional and bidirectional causality between the three. Based on the empirical findings, a focus must be given to banking sector development and insurance market development in order to create sustained economic growth in an increasingly inter-connected world.

Keywords: Banking sector development; Insurance market development; Economic growth; Eurozone countries (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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