Impact of External Capital on Economic Growth in EMCCA Countries
- Thierry Mamadou Asngar
- Médard Mengue Bidzo
Taking into account the effects of financial liberalization on activity, associated with the spread of financial crises in an environment of uncertainty and dependence of the economies on external financing, updates the question of the impact of external capital on growth economic.
The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of external capital on economic growth in developing country members of a monetary union.
Following a dynamic least squares estimation on the data of the countries of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (EMCCA), we obtain that an increase in direct investment abroad positively influences the economic growth in these countries.
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